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The G

Canada 2023
produced by
Karl R. Hearne for 3Buck Productions
directed by Karl R. Hearne
starring Dale Dickey, Romane Denis, Bruce Ramsay, Jonathan Koensgen, Greg Ellwand, Roc Lafortune, Joey Scarpellino, Daniel Brochu, Tanya van Blokland, Richarl Chevolleau, Christian Jadah, Frank Schorpion, Alesandre Gorchkov, Eric Davis, Kathleen Fee, Jennifer Seguin, Victor Andresw Trelles Turgeon, Anthony Jones Nestoras, Nick Drossos, Nouella Grimes, Rachelle Glait, Kent McQuaid, Anton Koval
written by Karl R. Hearne, music by Philippe Brault

review by
Mike Haberfelner

One evening, pretty much out of nowhere, elderly Ann (Dale Dickey) and her bed-bound husband Chip (Greg Ellwand) are picked up from their apartment and deported into a retirement home - and it's apparently legal, too, as there's a court paper saying Ann is unfit to look after Chip. Of course, neither did know that there were proceedings going on, but that doesn't mean it's not legal. And frankly, even their family think Ann has just messed up - all but their granddaughter Emma (Romane Denis), who has always seen Ann as a resolute woman. She tries to go the legal way, but sees that the head of the retirement home Rivera (Bruce Ramsay) has covered all bases, and has long made it a business to quite legally get his hands on the fortune of the elderly by having them thrown into his institutions. Thing is, he doesn't find the money he expected with Ann and Chip, so he and his men try brute force to get it out of them - something which only results in Chip's death. The truth though is, Ann actually sits on a vast and well-hidden fortune that she's not ready to give up at any cost - and she has botht he means and the skills to fight back against Rivera's well-oiled system ...


The G is a thriller that has all of its suspense, its shocks, its ourbursts of violence in all the right places, and the premise is engaging enough to keep one, erm, engaged - but what really makes The G is that it's not just the same story done over again but shifts focus, subverts not only gender but also age clichés to ultimately make the person least likely to its heroine - albeit an utterly violent one. And the fact that the whole thing's populated by a relatable cast playing well fleshed out roles only make this a genre piece not to be missed.


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