the movie, directed by Mary Walsh
, is a dark comedy
written by Ray Guy
, a Newfoundland essayist
, based on his own play entitled Young Triffie's Been Made Away With
It was produced by Denise Robert and Daniel Louis and featured a cast including Andrea Martin, Colin Mochrie and Remy Girard, with lead actor Fred Ewanuick of Corner Gas fame.
The film is about a clumsy and unpopular Newfoundland ranger (Alan Hepditch) played by Fred Ewanuick, who is sent to investigate a case of sexually assaulted and mutilated sheep in fictional Swyer's Harbour.