Nobody Waved Good-Bye
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Nobody Waved Good-Bye
This downbeat, semi-improvised look at troubled youth was a landmark in Canadian filmmaking, and in 1984 it was named one of the ten best Canadian films of all time in a poll of the nation's film writers. Peter (Peter Kastner) is a confused and alienated teenager, bright and personable but also headstrong and rebellious, whose difficult relationship with his father (Claude Rae), an auto dealer, comes to a head when Peter steals a car Dad has brought home for the night. After his father forces him to spend the night in jail, Peter leaves home and moves into a rooming house, hoping to find a… More

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"Unfortunately, the biggest problem was never addressed: nobody cares what happens to Peter ..."
‑ S. James Wegg, JWR
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