Based on 131 votes and 4 reviews
Its was intriguing and kept you interested in the offering of different scenarios as to how a person may react to their upcoming execution.
This is an intelligent and provocative film adaptation of a short story by Canada’s own Booker Prize Winner Yann Martel (Life of Pi). So, if over 70% of voters indicate 5 Stars, then why does TRIBUTE.CA give equal space to an obviously disgruntled audience member? This gives the impression that both comments are on equal footing and taints the more positive and prevalent voter comment.
Jeremy Peter Allen’s debut feature film is a powerful adaptation of a Yann Martel short story, with amazing performances by Roy Dupuis & Serge Houde in the lead roles. Manners of Dying may well be one of the strongest films ever to come out of Canada.
Just crap. Waste of money and my time.