Kill Me Now
By Brad Fraser
In partnership with Canada's National Arts Centre
Tom Hendry Warehouse
Widower Jake has been unwavering in his commitment to taking care of his disabled son Joey. As Joey enters adolescence, Jake finds himself in a morally ambiguous position when it comes to charting his son's passage from a puberty-ravaged teenager to a self-assured young man.
WARNING: MATURE CONTENT, STRONG LANGUAGE, NUDITY, SEXUALITY
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