Stryker Movie Review 2004

Information and Film Reviews for Stryker the Movie

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Just your typical Canadian gangster and transvestite flick. Stryker is a speechless 14-year-old boy on the lam after burning down a church near his Indian reservation. He hops a train and finds himself a blank observer, wandering the seedy underbelly Winnipeg. After witnessing a mob throwdown between the warring Indian Posse and the Asian Bomb Squad, he finds protection in a home of transvestite prostitutes and then under the wing of the police. Low budget flair that tries to be quirky and fresh, but suffers from stiff performances and amateur theatrics. Fans of early John Waters may be amused.

Distribution

Strand Releasing, 1460 4th St., Ste. 302, Santa Monica, CA 90401, Phone: (310)395-5002, Fax: (310)395-2502, Email: strand@strandrel.com, URL: http://www.strandreleasing.com

Available on DVD
Running time 93 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Canada
Screenplay
Noam Gonick, David MacIntosh
Cast
Kyle Henry, Ryan Black, Deena Fontaine, Joseph Mesiano, Nick Oullette, Nancy Sanderson
Cinematography
Edward Lachman
Director
Noam Gonick
Music
Karmen Omeosoos
Other
Bruce Little, Rick Gilbert, Billy Martin, Mark Gebel
Producer
Ryan Black, Noam Gonick, Juliette Hagopian, Telefilm Canada, Wild Boars of Manitoba, Strand Releasing

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