Rupert's Land


Rupert's Land is a Canadian comedy film, directed by Jonathan Tammuz and released in 1998.[1] The film stars Samuel West and Ian Tracey as Rupert and Dale McKay, estranged half-brothers on a road trip from Vancouver to Prince Rupert for their father's funeral.[2] Rupert, who was raised primarily in England after his mother left their father to return home, has become a wealthy lawyer, while Dale, who remained in Canada, is a hard-nosed fisherman and small-time drug dealer, forcing the duo to overcome significant differences as they reconcile.[3]

The cast also includes Susan Hogan as Dale's mother Trudy, Gabrielle Miller as his girlfriend Shelley, and George Wendt as Bloat, a former friend of Dale and Rupert's father who owns and operates a rural marijuana farm commune.[3]

The film premiered at the 1998 Toronto International Film Festival.[4]

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Rupert's Land
IMDB: 90
Regie:Jonathan Tammuz
Drehbuch:Graeme Manson
Darsteller:Samuel West
Ian Tracey
George Wendt
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