One Week (2008)

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Titolo originale: One Week–>
Genere: Avventura, Drammatico–>
Durata: 94–>
Nazione: Canada–>

  • Michael McGowan

Scritto da:

  • Michael McGowan


  • Michael Chechik (co-produttore)
  • Avi Federgreen (co-produttore)
  • Avi Federgreen (produttore tecnico)
  • Richard Hanet (produttore esecutivo)
  • Joshua Jackson (produttore esecutivo)
  • Michael McGowan (regista)
  • Nick de Pencier (regista – nel ruolo di Nicholas de Pencier)
  • Jane Tattersall (regista)
  • Nadia Tavazzani (produttore associato)


  • Andrew Lockington

Trama del film:

Out of the blue, Ben learns he has stage IV cancer; survival, with treatment, is 10 percent. So this risk-averse, slow-to-act, quiet man buys a used motorcycle, says goodbye to Samantha, his baffled fiancée, and heads west from Toronto. He imagines it's a quest for Grumps, a mythical figure from his childhood; he takes digital photos of various "world's largest" roadside attractions; he chats with strangers, including two women; his bike slips on a dead skunk on the highway. Calls to Samantha meet with pleading that he return for treatment and anger that he won't. He doesn't want to be a patient yet. But, will he make discoveries, and what about Grumps? What's important? Written by <[email protected]>



1 Comment


    hbradshaw1 said

    February 24 2012 @ 16:30

    A well filmed and decently thought out little picture. No, it did not
    have a lot of the bells and whistles and geegaws of a lot of bigger
    productions and they could have done a better job with the whole "This
    Is Canada" thing, but what the hell, did anyone stick around to see the
    production company and studio information at the end of the end
    credits? This was not a big-budget Hollywood picture and it did quite
    well, in my opinion, in spite of all that. I spent a summer in White
    River and I have a picture somewhere of myself in front of that sign,
    and remember a good many of the places in the film from two cross
    country trips when I was a kid. As for all the commentary about the
    silliness an contrite-ness of Ben's actions throughout the film, we
    should remember that this is a man who has been given the worst case
    scenario- terminal illness. Who among us would react rationally? What
    would we do if we were told we had one week, one month, one year to
    live? Ben himself gave us his reasons in a nutshell he was, in his
    words, "over prepared, over insured" what the hell would I do in that
    exact same situation? Probably exactly what he did, although I wouldn't
    try to tackle the Rockies on a motorcycle. Maybe a real nice

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