From Andrew Ryan of the Globe and Mail:
- He’s got a window seat for Zone of Separation’s in-flight premiere
“Co-executive produced by Paul Gross and starring the fine Canadian actors Rick Roberts, Lolita Davidovich and Enrico Colantoni, ZOS is a damning indictment of the futilities of war. The program’s visual images are disturbing – young children are killed and wounded by land mines, a bolt-cutter is used as an implement of torture – but the violence is tempered by moral conscience and a solid script. Even with that kid kicking the back of my seat throughout the flight, I was immediately pulled into the story.” Read more.
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