House (1995)


A comedy about a thirty-something man, named Victor who is to perform in a town, after having left group therapy. Victor cleverly bases his diatribes on the handful of locals who attend his performance. As his monologue coils out, his stories accurately reflect the audience’s own lives, offering glimpses of themselves which irrevocably shift their relationship with each other.

Director: Laurie Lynd.
Writers: Laurie Lynd (screenplay), Daniel MacIvor (play & screenplay).
Stars: Daniel MacIvor, Kathryn Greenwood, Patricia Collins, Ben Cardinal, Jerry Franken, Caroline Gillis, Stephen Ouimette, Jonathan Wilson, Simon Richards, Christofer Williamson, Joan Heney, Nicky Guadagni.
Cinematographer: David A. Makin.
Composers: Jeff Bird, Michael Timmins.

1996 Mannheim-Heidelberg International Filmfestival – International Independent Award – Nominated for Best Feature.


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One Comment

  1. Torin Doyle
    May 21, 2023

    What an odd film.

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