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A belated rite of passage finds tensions rising between an idealistic father and his increasingly independent son in this family drama that proves it's never too late for a little teenage rebellion. Twenty-seven-year-old Caleb (Kris Lemche) and his father, Jim (Michael Hogan), have always seemed more like old friends than father and son. An easy-going father who dodged the American draft to forge his own future by founding a carpentry shop in British Columbia's Kootenays, Jim and Caleb spend the days crafting a variety of fine products, but lately the bills have been stacking up and tensions between father and son rising. Now faced with the very real possibility of their business failing as a result of direct competition with mass produced particle board products and Jim's misguided perfectionism, the family business teeters on the verge of bankruptcy until the arrival of Jim's old friend Matthew (Matt Craven) instills Caleb with a much needed dose of pragmatism. Though Jim has long voiced disapproval of Caleb's proposal to open a luxury fishing lodge that may bring in more money and keep the family business afloat, Caleb decides to take his fate into his own hands and finally strike out on his own. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

  • Release date:September 10, 2005

Crew

Aubrey Nealon
Director
Aubrey Nealon
Producer
George Baptist
Producer
Aubrey Nealon
Screenwriter
David Geddes
Cinematographer
Justin Small
Composer (Music Score)
Ohad Benchetrit
Composer (Music Score)
Karen Porter
Editor
Grant Pearse
Production Designer
Lael McCall
Co-producer
Janet McCulloch
Costume Designer
Jennifer Page
Casting
Corinne Clark
Casting
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