From RM Vaughan of the Globe and Mail:
- Goalie star scores a hat trick
“Like many Canadian actors tired of playing bit parts on U.S.-produced movies of the week and nameless characters on television shows with established casts – or, worse yet, enjoying the, ahem, artistic challenge of starring in eccentric Canadian indie films, the kind used as Cancon filler on pay-per-view cable stations – Christopher Bolton followed the Paul Gross/Sarah Polley/Daniel MacIvor plan and decided to write, produce and star in his own material.” Read more.
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