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March 30, 2010

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Linda D.

Hi, I just saw this film on TV. I'm American by birth and a naturalized Canadian, having spent half my life in Canada, but am back in the US because of my mom's health. So, back to the film. Five minutes in, I said to myself, "This is a Canadian film." At the end the credits were impossible to read, so I got online to look it up, which is how I found your web site. Your right, it's a Canadian film. I have been to Toronto a few times, but don't know it well; however, that was my guess. Definitely felt like Toronto. There was a scene that had a street car in it. For me that was a big clue. The sensibility is uniquely Canadian. Now I'm all homesick for Canada!

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