Poor Boy's Game
|Poor Boy's Game|
|Directed by||Clement Virgo|
|Produced by||Clement Virgo
|Written by||Clement Virgo
|Release dates||February 11, 2007|
|Running time||104 minutes|
Poor Boy's Game is a Canadian feature film directed by Clement Virgo. Co-written with Nova Scotian writer/director Chaz Thorne (Just Buried), it is the story of class struggle, racial tensions and boxing, set in the Canadian east coast port city of Halifax, Nova Scotia. The film premiered on February 11, 2007, at the Berlin International Film Festival. The movie stars Danny Glover, Rossif Sutherland, Greg Bryk, Flex Alexander and Laura Regan.
Poor Boy's Game opened in Halifax cinemas on November 9, 2007.
- Poor Boy's Game at the Internet Movie Database
- Felperin, Leslie (February 12, 2007). "Poor Boy's Game (review)". Variety.
- Northern Stars: Poor Boy's Game
- Sway magazine, "Clément Virgo’s poverty and prejudice" interview with Clement Virgo by Brian J. D’Souza, Fall 2007
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