Six Figures
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Has the search for a better way of life sent a man into a murderous rage? A seemingly respectable husband and father faces this question in this independent drama. Warner (J.R. Bourne) and Claire (Caroline Cave) are a couple in their mid-thirties who've chosen careers that offer greater emotional rewards than financial benefits, and neither seems to regret that -- Claire helps run an art gallery, while Warner is the director of a non-profit organization. Both make enough money to keep their heads above water, and they have two children they love very much. But when Warner and Claire decide… More
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 83%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Less a conventional whodunit than a trenchant psychological study, with an arresting lead performance by JR Bourne."
‑ Joe Leydon, Variety
"Underwritten and underacted, the movie drags from one long scene to the next. Since the characters all suffer from repressed emotions, we never come to care about any of them."
‑ Steve Rhodes, Internet Reviews
"Without making its intentions explicit or resorting to extremes, it presents a devastating portrait of the hazards of modern living, where the relentless quest for success and wealth can push the psyche over the edge."
‑ Peter Howell, Toronto Star
"It's Bourne's subtle and nuanced performance, and not the veiled whodunit nature of the plot that makes Six Figures compelling."
‑ Louis B. Hobson, Jam! Movies
"A smart and steely first feature by Calgary filmmaker David Christensen."
‑ Jason Anderson, Globe and Mail
"Neither a thriller nor a whodunit, the story is character-driven, clever and creepy."
‑ Liz Braun, Jam! Movies
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