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Landmark Cinemas 8 Grant Park Winnipeg
1120 Grant Ave # 127, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3M2A6
TICKETS: $12.00 each
TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE THEATRE WHEN DOORS OPEN AT 6PM, IF STILL AVAILABLE
ADVANCE TICKETS AVAILABLE IN-STORE AT
McNally Robinson Booksellers
1120 Grant Avenue
Winnipeg, MB R3M 2A6
TICKETS CAN ALSO BE PURCHASED OVER THE PHONE BY CALLING MCNALLY ROBINSON at 204-475-0483
Doors open at 6:00 PM.
Q&A with the Director and Producers, hosted by Terry MacLeod (former host of CBC Manitoba's Weekend Morning Show) to follow the screening.
After being released from prison, a young man returns home to rebuild his life but instead gets caught in the middle of a conflict between two First Nation gangsters operating a lucrative drug trade through the US/Canadian border.
ABOUT THE FILM
Road of Iniquity was primarily funded by Telefilm Canada and Manitoba Film and Music. The film was shot entirely in Manitoba, with principal shooting taking place on the Brokenhead First Nation and in Winnipeg. With the exception of 2 cast members, all of the cast and crew either live in or are from Manitoba.
Road of Iniquity is a film devoid of the persistent stereotypes of spirituality and stoicism that often plague Indigenous characters in scripted entertainment. The intent was to show a world where the Native characters are real people with the same universal wants, needs and desires as anyone else. The film also intends to show Native people as arbiters of their own fate, rather than helpless victims.
Manitoba Film Classification Board Rating: 14A. Suitable for persons 14 years of age and older.