The Right Way (2004 film)
|The Right Way|
|Directed by||Mark Penney|
|Produced by||Mark Penney|
|Written by||Mark Penney|
|Starring||Karyn Dwyer |
|Edited by||Kevin Rollins|
The Right Way is a 2004 Canadian film directed by Mark Penney. It tells the story of Amy and David two young people from suburbia, whose lives are going nowhere, when they meet their relationship alters their lives forever and sends them surreal and existential crisis. The Right Way was an Official Selection of the 2004 Venice Film Festival and had a limited theatrical release in the United States in December 2005, it was released to video on demand services in 2010.
Critical reception[edit | edit source]
A review in the Globe and Mail called The Right Way, "an old-fashioned, grim Canadian movie" that "despite its paramount flows... marks the birth of a promising young director." The reviewer for the National Post wrote that despite the fact that the "message is powerful and the production values fantastic (the film was shot for $10,000 but looks like it cost at least 10 times as much), The Right Way suffers from thinly developed characters... and a railroad-straight plot.
Cast[edit | edit source]
- Karyn Dwyer - Amy
- Jefferson Brown - David
- Gloria Slade - Amy's Mom
- James McGowan - Dad
- Holly Dennison - Mom
- Sarain Boylan - Lori
- Keir Gilchrist - Young David
Reception[edit | edit source]
This film currently holds an audience approval rating of 100% on Rotten Tomatoes.
References[edit | edit source]
- "The Right Way(2004)". imdb.com. Retrieved 26 December 2013.
- Al-Solaylee, Kamal (2 June 2007). "Taking the wrong roads in the suburbs (film review)". Globe and Mail. Retrieved 15 August 2018.
- Knight, Chris (22 June 2007). "Making babies isn't always a joke (film review)". National Post. Retrieved 15 August 2018.
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