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Threatening to be Rude, I give this one only one and a half stars of cred.
Oh, it's so deep (sarcasm) More crap from Canada's crap factory
This movie has been hard to find since I first watched it in Toronto in the late 90s.
The story was amazing and the characters were very well portrayed. The story follows the lives of a wide array of people in the same housing projects in Toronto. While it had a powerful message, it was very down to earth and realistic in delievering the message. If you can find a copy, buy it.
I don't know if the plot is really anything groundbreaking, but I like the way it was shot.