Buried on Sunday

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Buried on Sunday
Buried on Sunday.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by Paul Donovan
Produced by Suzanne Colvin
William Fleming
Written by Paul Donovan
William Fleming
Starring Paul Gross
Denise Virieux
Henry Czerny
Music by Marty Simon
Cinematography Les Krizsan
Edited by Stephan Fanfara
Production
company
Distributed by Alliance Communications
Release date
1992
Running time
94 min.
Country Canada
Language English

Buried on Sunday is a Canadian comedy film, released in 1992. Also known as "Northern Extremes", it was directed by Paul Donovan, and written by Donovan and Bill Fleming.[1]

The film stars Paul Gross as Augustus Knickel, the mayor of Solomon Gundy, a fictional island off the coast of Nova Scotia. The community is in an economic crisis due to the cod fishing moratorium, but finds its fortunes transformed when an AWOL Russian nuclear submarine surfaces at the island. With only four remaining crewmen, including the former missile programming officer-turned-prisoner (Tommy Sexton) on board, Knickel buys the submarine, discovers a cache of tactical missiles, and subsequently declares the island an independent nuclear power.

The film's cast also includes Mary Walsh, Maury Chaykin, Henry Czerny, Michael Gencher, Andy Jones and Louis Del Grande. It also includes a cameo appearance by Harvey Kirck as a newscaster.

It was nominated for the 1992 Genie award for Best Original Screenplay.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ IMDB.com. "Buried On Sunday: Filming Details". Retrieved January 28, 2015. 
  2. ^ 1992 Genie award nomination for Best original screenplay. New York Times: "Movies". Retrieved 03 August 2014.

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