Polytechnique

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Auston

i would not recommend, nice cinematography.

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Joel

eh

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Cheryl

I never had heard of this shooting. Film is confusing. Hard to figure out what is current timeline versus past.

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Derek

Really? Everything is "past" up until the male main character wakes up in bed after entering the room of people partying and drinking beer. Everything after that is in the "future" (or takes place after the shooting) except obviously the few shots of the characters remembering the shooting

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Robert

A beautiful film about an almost forgotten tragedy, the Montreal Polytechnique shootings of December 1989 before we'd become accustomed to mass shootings in schools and incorporated them into the curriculum. The killer's hatred of himself and of women is palpable. And there is something so ...Read more

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F

Scene sequences are confusing.

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Edward

This powerful film is about hatred, rage, courage, fear, despair and finally rebirth. The black and white imagery and somber tones together with brilliant acting and cinematography make this picture a must see.

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