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Whole New Thing
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Whole New Thing 2005


description written by member Zara:

Emerson Thorsen (Aaron Webber) has been homeschooled by hippie parents in a household with few boundaries. So when the teenager begins to attend a public school, he isn't familiar with acceptable social rules, which causes a problem when Emerson develops a crush on Don Grant (Daniel MacIvor), his English teacher. Rebecca Jenkins and Robert Joy also star in this offbeat coming-of-age story.

MPAA Rating:NR
Running Time:92 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsAmnon Buchbinder
Written By:
No image existsDaniel MacIvor
No image existsAmnon Buchbinder
Starring:
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No image existsRebecca Jenkins
No image existsDaniel MacIvor
No image existsKathryn MacLellan
Callum Keith RennieCallum Keith Rennie
No image existsJackie Torrens
No image existsMarguerite McNeil
No image existsHugh Thompson
No image existsBrian Heighton
No image existsP.J. Crosby

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Whole New Thing Movie Review by Zara (5/5/2008)

Um...

It's nice to know that the Canadian film making association keeps their own employed. I laugh at that, thinking about how films are financed in Canada and also knowing that Americans love to film there because it's "cheaper" than filming in the states. Makes me giggle. I also mention it because most of the Canadian...

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