Thursday, March 31, 2011

Gangland Thriller Exit 67 to Premiere in Canada April Fools' Day (No Joke)

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Canadian action thriller Exit 67 is coming to theatres, across Canada, April 1st. But, this is no joke and neither are the themes in Jephté Bastien first film. Exit 67 shows the complications of gang life, which is just as addicting as the drugs therein. Edmonton, Toronto, and Vancouver will be hosting premieres of this film, but keep in mind that this is a French language, or bi-lingual showing. The trailer and synopsis are below.

The synopsis for Exit 67 is here:

"Young Ronald’s life is turned upside down after his mother’s brutal murder — he has no family and nowhere to turn. Alone on the violent streets, Ronald has no choice but to join the ranks of a dangerous gang to survive.

Now a hardened criminal with money and power, Ronald is sickened by the man he has become. With his life spiraling out of control, he decides to take hold of his destiny and walk away from the only family he has ever known. But the gang has other ideas. Ronald must now fight for his life and his freedom, or forever remain a gangster" (Exit 67).

Release Date: April 1st, 2011 (Limited Run).

Director/writer: Jephté Bastien.

Cast: Henri Pardo, Natacha Noël, Benz Antoine, Jacquy Bidjeck

The trailer is here and the clip is for mature audiences aka 18+ (violence, sexuality, drug use).

*winner of the Claude Jutra Award 2011 for outstanding achievement by a first-time feature filmmaker (Academy of Canadian Film & Television).

More info' on the premiere can be found at the Event Page, on Facebook

Exit 67 Canadian Premiere

Gangster life is often immortalized in film, but with the rise comes the inevitable fall:

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