Starring Karyn Dwyer and Jefferson Brown, it has played various film festivals around the world including the now defunct Venezia Digitale Section of the 61st Venice Film Festival. Written and directed by Mark Penney, it was filmed in ten days and on a $9,000 budget.
The film received a limited release in Canada beginning June 22nd, 2007 at the boutique movie theatre Camera Bar founded by Atom Egoyan in Toronto's trendy Queen West district. Proceeds from this release were given to the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.
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