|Directed by||Jonathan Hayes|
|Produced by||Jane Motz Hayes|
|Written by||Jonathan Hayes|
|Music by||Ohad Benchetrit & Justin Small|
|Edited by||Duff Smith|
|Distributed by||A71 Entertainment|
Algonquin is a 2014 Canadian drama film written and directed by Jonathan Hayes.
Leif (Nicholas Campbell), a travel writer whose career has declined, visits his son Jake (Mark Rendall). The father plans to produce a book about Algonquin Park and invites his son to join him in its writing. Leif also meets up with Rita (Sheila McCarthy), his former wife and Jake's mother. Matters are complicated when they are joined by Carmen (Victoria Sanchez), Leif's young romantic partner, and her son Iggy (Michael Levinson). Leif and Jake then proceed with a canoe trip through Algonquin Park to find a particular horseshoe.
Algonquin marks the first time that Hayes has written and directed a feature film.
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