Hi, My Name is Dicky
|Hi, My Name is Dicky|
|Directed by||Taylor Prestidge, Haris Usanovic|
|Produced by||Caitlyn Sud, Taylor Prestidge|
|Written by||Taylor Prestidge|
|Music by||John B. Challinor III
Dolores O'RiordanThe White Buffalo
|Edited by||Haris Usanovic|
Upper Canada Films
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Hi, My Name is Dicky is an upcoming Canadian documentary film directed by Taylor Prestidge and Haris Usanovic that explores the life of professional hockey player Richard Clune, and depicts his struggles to overcome substance use disorder while playing in the National Hockey League.
As seen in the movie poster credit block, the film was inspired by an article penned by Clune's brother in The Athletic.
Category:2020 films Category:Canadian films Category:Canadian documentary films Category:Canadian sports films Category:Documentary films about ice hockey Category:National Hockey League Category:Films set in Canada Category:Films shot in Canada
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