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Joshua Jackson (Dawson’s Creek, Fringe) gives a charming performance as Ben, an aimless young elementary schoolteacher who learns he has cancer a few weeks before his marriage to Samantha (Liane Balaban, Last Chance Harvey, Definitely, Maybe). He’s told he has “maybe two years, maybe one week” to live and decides to pursue the cross-country adventure he has always dreamed of. The fortuitous intervention of a used motorcycle and a Tim Horton’s coffee cup advising him “Go west, young man,” inspires him to set off across Canada, from Toronto to British Columbia, in search of – well, Ben isn’t sure.
But the characters and sights he encounters along the way – a cancer survivor (Gord Downie of rock group the Tragically Hip) who offers marijuana and marital advice; a beautiful folk singer (Canadian singer Emm Gryner); the Stanley Cup itself; and the majestic beauty of the Canadian countryside – make for an experience in “which you can never feel more alive.” (Jim Slotek, Jam! Movies).
DVD Release Date: March 22, 2011