Canadian businesswoman Dinah Middleton’s is devastated when her teenage son, Alex, is killed by a hit-and-run driver. When the police fail to turn up any suspects, she turns private detective to track the killer down. She traces the murderer to New York, only to discover that the crime is not covered by the extradition treaty between Canada and the US. She becomes obsessed with bringing the criminal to justice.
The film tells the story of an alien from outer space who befriends two young children when he lands in a small town in Quebec.
The sponsors of a drug-rehabilitation center stage a robbery to maintain funding of the facility, but the loot turns out to be syndicate-owned.
A highly fictionalized real-life adventure of an Italian soldier who escapes a British prisoner-of-war camp to climb the challenging 17,000-foot Mt. Kenya and plant the Italian flag on the summit. The obsessive British camp commander pursues him, and the two men are locked in a battle of wills, fueled by honor and their love for the same woman.
Billing itself as a feminist sex fantasy, Bubbles Galore takes a comical and graphically steamy look into the world of pornography. The title character is a producer and star of many lusty features. Her latest assignment is to shoot a new film, Good Girl Gone Bad and have it out by the end of the month. This riles her jealous rival and former lover Godfrey Montana who sabotages her at every turn. The film features fairly explicit sex and plenty of nudity.
Life Times Nine is a Canadian short film produced by Insight Productions in conjunction with a group of nine students from Toronto, Ontario’s SEED Alternative School, the film’s concept was for each student to produce and direct their own short film on the concept of life.
The ruthless boss of a trucking company, King Carroll is intent on putting all local independent truckers out of commission, including amiable tough guy Duke. Joined by his good buddy, Rane, Duke defies King Carroll’s attempts to shut him down, resulting in an increasingly tense conflict. The boys find an ally in female trucker Pickup (Helen Shaver), but can the threesome succeed in triumphing over Carroll’s goons?
Ian Tracey plays 11-year-old Peter, who is plagued by demons and sent to an institution for setting fires. Peter escapes and hops a freight train headed into northern B.C. He is befriended by a native shaman or “dreamspeaker”. The shaman makes some strides but is unable to get to the root of Peter’s problems. Peter is captured by the police and taken back to the institution where he slides down even further.