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Manners of Dying
Directed by Jeremy Peter Allen
Produced by Yves Fortin
Gautam Hooja
Written by Jeremy Peter Allen (screenplay)
Yann Martel (short story)
Starring Roy Dupuis
Serge Houde
Music by Éric Pfalzgraf
Cinematography James Gray
Editing by Jeremy Peter Allen
Release date(s) October 27, 2005
Running time 104 minutes
Country Canada
Language English

Manners of Dying is a 2004 Canadian drama film.

Plot

Kevin Barlow (Roy Dupuis) will die on schedule and according to regulations. Harry Parlington (Serge Houde), director of the Cantos execution facility, intends to make sure of it. However Barlow chooses to go, be it calmly or fighting to the end, Parlington feels confident that he and his team can deal with the situation. When Barlow makes an unusual final request, a strange duel ensues between the condemned man and the prison director. In this struggle there can be no winner or loser, only two men faced with doubts and difficult choices to make.

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Manners of Dying
Directed by Jeremy Peter Allen
Produced by Yves Fortin
Gautam Hooja
Written by Jeremy Peter Allen (screenplay)
Yann Martel (short story)
Starring Roy Dupuis
Serge Houde
Music by Éric Pfalzgraf
Cinematography James Gray
Editing by Jeremy Peter Allen
Release date(s) October 27, 2005
Running time 104 minutes
Country Canada
Language English

Manners of Dying is a 2004 Canadian drama film based on the short story of the same name (1993) by Yann Martel, winner of the Man Booker Prize for his book, The Life of Pi.

Plot

Kevin Barlow (Roy Dupuis) will die on schedule and according to regulations. Harry Parlington (Serge Houde), director of the Cantos execution facility, intends to make sure of it. However Barlow chooses to go, be it calmly or fighting to the end, Parlington feels confident that he and his team can deal with the situation. When Barlow makes an unusual final request, a strange duel ensues between the condemned man and the prison director. In this struggle there can be no winner or loser, only two men faced with doubts and difficult choices to make.

Recognition

External links

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