“Cages”. Guy Vanderhaeghe. Here it is, , the Big Birthday. Centennial Year they call it. The whole country is giving itself a pat on the back. Holy crap, boys. “This powerful, contemporary story by Guy Vanderhaeghe dramatizes a family in conflict. A father who despises his job as a miner hopes for a. Cages. [Guy Vanderhaeghe; Atlantis Films.; National Film Board of Canada.; Altschul Group.;] — Love and family loyalty enable a younger brother to put up with.
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Submission calls that do not include this information are likely to removed vanderhzeghe moderator discretion. Billy makes excuses for Gene’s behavior and takes the blame for his actions until he realizes he cannot cover up for his brother forever. Based on the short story by Guy Vanderhaeghe.
Preview this item Preview this item. The father tries to convince both of his sons to finish high school to escape the various “cages”. Write a review Rate this item: The name field is required.