From John Doyle of the Globe and Mail, includes a review of the TV movie Death or Canada,too:
- The ugliness of life in Toronto
“The Line has plenty of panache and is directed with aplomb by Gail Harvey. But, by heavens it gets overheated. All that anger, rage and aggression. It’s entertaining, but it’s smug. It’s fine drama but full of itself, a bourgeois indulgence, peeking at the rough side of life and premised on a phony idea of despair.” Read more.
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