The end night film at the late Canadian Film Festival in Toronto, Across the Line recounts an essential story defectively, however with awesome energy and responsibility in any case.
Meet Mattie Slaughter, a Halifax high schooler planning to become famous in the NHL. In a sharp presentation, the first occasion when we see him is on the ice, shrouded make a beeline for toe in hockey equip. At the point when that cover falls off, let me know you weren’t expecting a white face.
Racial discernments are up front (and forward, left and ideal, in the wrinkle and out) in Floyd Kane’s script. Mattie’s adversary at school is Todd (Denis Theriault), a genuine wafer who can’t open his mouth without making some really hostile comment about blacks.