The Canadian film industry is skewered in this sharp satire, which is reminiscent of "Living in Oblivion" and "The Player." In the late 1970s, a filmmaker (Matthew Modine) tries to shoot a Canadian flick, but numerous setbacks plague the production. Among the problems: a crazed American actor (Alan Bates), a sex-starved starlet (Jennifer Tilly) and multiple rewrites of the script. Saul Rubinek, Kim Coates.
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