You're No Good

You're No Good

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This short fiction tells the story of Eddie, a young man who "borrows" a motorbike parked in front of a store and takes his girl for a spin—a brash decision with disastrous and alienating consequences. The film, a commentary on a society that often offers youth little purpose or sense of accomplishment, is a play-by-play exploration of the clash between young people's impulsiveness and society's need for law and order.

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  • writer
    George Kaczender
  • director
    George Kaczender
  • producer
    John Kemeny
  • photography
    François Séguillon
  • cast
    Michael Sarrazin
    Derek Holloway
    Sally Sales
  • sound recording
    Roger Hart
  • editing
    George Kaczender
  • music
    The Mercey Brothers
  • sound editing
    Vic Merril
  • re-recording
    Ron Alexander
    Roger Lamoureux

  • pravica

    I enjoyed this film immensely. However, I don't understand why the Toronto police would go to such trouble to apprehend an aimless teenager who "borrowed" a small motorbike but otherwise seemed like a decent kid (by today's standards). Perhaps there was alot less violence in Canada then (unlike the race riots in the US and Viet Nam at that time).

    pravica, 20 Apr 2011