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That is All

Canada 2019
produced by
Mark Weeden, Craig Wood for Coyote and Clay, Cameron Woodly
directed by Mark Weeden
starring Joel Ballanger, Al Braatz, Sara Hinding, Daniel Bossenberry, Carly Fawcett, Dan Tait Brown, James Gagné, Tara Gottschalk, Teaghan Scarlet Young, Nathan Schwenk, Mark Kimmich, Nicole Stawikowski, Riley Armstrong, Nicole Digout, Marc Gammal, Luke Pinder, Sarah Carter, Amy Cook, Matt Cook, Wilson Huynh, Francesca Joyce
written by Mark Weeden

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Objectively, Ryan (Joel Ballanger) has no reason to not be happy with his life, he has a roof over his head, a job that pays enough, and a roommate, Paul (Daniel Bossenberry) he gets along with just fine - only he isn't, his job bores the hell out of him lacking any and all real challenge, he feels terribly alone, and that Paul has his girlfriend Vanda (Carly Fawcett) over most of the time doesn't help things much. Then, at a party, he meets Sam (Al Braatz), the boyfriend of his friend Brad (Dan Tait Brown), and the two quickly become close friends. He also meets Maya (Sara Hinding), who's really into him and whose sarcasm appeals to him - so they start dating, but somehow their relationship - if you can call it that - never really gets anywhere. On the other hand, Ryan keeps seeing Sam, and it soon becomes clear that Sam is seeing him behind Brad's back, and against not only all odds but also his own sexual definition, he finds this very exciting and before you know it they have an affair. But of course, they can't tell it anybody, as Sam is still Brad's boyfriend and Ryan isn't ready to come out as gay - so despite them being really in love with one another, their relationship heads for the worst possible outcome ...


A rather compelling movie about the battleground that's modern day relationships that rings quite so through as it's told without any hyperboles, little spectacle, and no sensationalism but rather as a series of slice-of-life scenes that in their perceived simplicity have something very universal about them - especially since the movie never tries to hammer any message home but just tells its story. And of course, very natural performances and an unassuming directorial effort help keeping this movie down-to-earth, right where it belongs. And it's because the film rings so true that it keeps one thinking - and is thus well worth a watch.


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