Various Positions
Various Positions (2002)

A young college student begins to question his family's expectations of him -- as well as his own expectations of himself -- in first-time Canadian director Ori Kowarsky's film Various Positions. Law student Josh Szchevisky (Tygh… More

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Jason Anderson
Globe and Mail

Though Kowarsky's ambitions sometimes get the better of him, his indie drama boasts some freshness and a complex, nuanced take on both college romances and parent-child warfare.

Dennis Harvey

A thoughtful and ingratiating seriocomedy, Vancouverite Ori Kowarsky's first feature "Various Positions" goes awry in the last half-hour, as script's intended cathartic explosions go off with a whimper.

Bruce Kirkland
Jam! Movies

With mediocre performances from everyone and an episodic lurch to the flow of the piece, and you have a film that fails.

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