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The Right Way

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77 minutes – Drama
Festival release date: September 4, 2005 (Venice Film Festival)
Canadian distributor: Mór Distribution

After Amy (Karyn Dwyer) and David (Jefferson Brown) meet in a suburban dive, they make a sort of emotional connection. Their lives, like their genes, were inherited. Amy`s mother (Gloria Slade) is a junkie. David’s father is a workaholic who believes the solution to everything is to get a job. Not too surprisingly, Amy becomes pregnant and the reactions and actions of those around her shape the balance of the movie which deals with such controversial subjects as abortion, suicide and mental illness. It has played at various film festivals since its September 2004 release and was an Official Selection of the 2004 Venice Film Festival. Written, directed and shot by Mark Penney, it was filmed in Brampton, Ontario over ten days and on a budget of less than ten thousand dollars.



Crew:
Producer: Mark Penney
Ryan Penny
Director:

Mark Penney

Screenwriter:

Mark Penney

Cinematographer:

Mark Penney

Editor:

Kevin Rollins

Composer:

Mark Penney

Cast:Roles:

Karyn Dwyer
Jefferson Brown
Gloria Slade
James McGowan
Holly Dennison
Sarain Boylan
Bill Turnbull
Amanda Soha
Anthony Furey
Alan Rosenthal
Jai Jai Jones
Keir Gilchrist
Nick Bacon
Patric Masurkevitch
Louise Cranfield
Jessica Barrera
Madeleine Donohue
Lauren Lipson<

Amy
David
Debbie (Amy`s Mother)
Dad
Mom
Lori
Matt
Young Amy
Jordan
Doctor
Bartender
Young David
Bob
Abortion Doctor
Jamie
Girl
Waitress
Tara