Except Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) doesn't believe in miracles and neither do we - does Kira possess some sort of healing ability or enhanced durability as a result of what's been done to her mother?
In the aftermath of the accident, Sarah has her sights set on Helena, while Tomas (Daniel Kash) has his sights set on Sarah - but he doesn't reckon on his unhinged clone-killer turning on him and soon Tomas is left cowering - brutalised and locked in the same cage where he once kept Helena…
With all this going on, episode nine 'Unconscious Selection' just has time to pack in one final humongous twist - possibly the biggest jaw-dropper
The pair's mutual confession season is interrupted when Sarah bolts, heading straight over to Alison's, who's got a bit of a crisis on her hands...
See, Allison filmed her night's sleep with husband Donnie (Kristian Bruun) - Paranormal Activity-style - and grabs footage of him leaving their bed for several hours. Their subsequent confrontation escalates quickly and turns violent - in short, don't mess with a soccer mum wielding a golf club.
Allison ties up and questions Donnie, threatening him with a variety of household implements - next to Helena, she's definitely the clone you least want to piss off, and when Sarah calls round, she finds Donnie bound,
“Total Recall” also stars Bryan Cranston, Bill Nighy, John Cho, Bokeem Woodbine, Will Yun Lee, Milton Barnes, James McGowan, Natalie Lisinska, Michael Therriault, Stephen MacDonald, Mishael Morgan and LinLyn Lue from director Len Wiseman and writers Kurt Wimmer and Mark Bomback.
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The show is centred on Alex Cranston (Natalie Lisinska), the team leader of a group of spies. Together, they work for a fictitious Canadian federal organization called the National Intelligence Security Agency (Nisa). While these spies always screw up on a mission, they always find a way to succeed at the end of the day.
The show also stars Richard Yearwood, Grace Lynn Kung, Matthew MacFadzean, William deVry and Rémy Girard.
The 13-episode CBC comedy stars Lisinska as a rookie agent and Devry as a politically savvy spy boss, while MacFadzean plays Jack Bauer-wannabe Burt Wilson.
The Canadian spy comedy about a fictional National Intelligent and Security Agency (Nisa) agency charged with keeping Canada safe...ish, also stars Grace Lynn Kung, Richard Yearwood and veteran Quebec actor Remy Girard.
Production on "InSecurity" has started in and around Regina, Saskatchewan, and will continue through September.
The series, set to bow on the CBC in January 2011, is executive produced by Kevin White, also the showrunner, Robert De Lint and Virginian Thompson Tricon International has acquired the distribution rights to "InSecurity."
The series star Natalie Lisinska (Young People Fucking, Chloe) as Alex Cranston, a rookie agent of the fictional National Intelligence and Security Agency (Nisa).
Each week, Alex and her team of espionage misfits take on a mission vital to Canada's national security. As Canadian spies, they get to go where others can't go thanks to the Nisa's budget. Besides, they do what others don't want to do. However, even though Alex and her team always screw up, they always manage to get the bad guys and make the world safer in the end.
Joining Lisinska will be William deVry (The Bold and the Beautiful) as the political-savvy
In my previous blog entry, I told of receiving a message from a reader in Montreal who wanted know how I would deal with reviewing a new Canadian film with the f-word in its title. Would my paper print the title? What were my thoughts? I now have an opportunity to deal directly with those questions, because Steve Hoban, the film's producer, has sent me a DVD, along with a bulletin about its June 13 opening date in Canada, and a U.S. release later this summer.
Having seen the film and been pleasantly surprised by it, I now have more thoughts about the title, which is "Young People Fucking" on the print itself, and "Young People F***ing" in the advertising. I'm not convinced the title does the film any favors.
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