Some pretty major Canadian talent is on display in this movie, which screens tonight at the RPL Theatre at 7 p.m., along with Saturday at 9 p.m. and Sunday at 7 p.m. To begin with, Bruce McDonald and Don McKellar are the director/writer. And featured is the Toronto rock collective Broken Social Scene.
Here’s a link to the trailer for the film, which sees a guy named Bruno pull out all the stops to get a girl he’s sweet on named Caroline to an outdoor BSS concert in order to cement his connection with her on the eve of her departure for France to go to school.
Also on tonight, there’s gigs by the Nancy Ray Guns (a CD Release) with Intergalactic Virgin and Coelacanth Dance at the Exchange (doors at 8 p.m. $8). Next door at the Club, it’s Tara Dawn Solheim with Danny Nargang, Rye ‘n’ the Vats and the Co-Accused. At O’Hanlon’s Pub, there’s an EP release for Jeans Boots with a set by Carl of Library Voices. Finally, at Cathedral Village Freehouse Winnipeg singer-songwriter Jodi King is playing.
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