Oliver Sherman

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Oliver Sherman is a Canadian drama film, which premiered at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival before going into general release in 2011. The film was directed by Ryan Redford, and written by Redford based on the short story "Veterans" by Rachel Ingalls.[1][2]

The film stars Garret Dillahunt as Sherman Oliver, a war veteran seeking to reconnect with Franklin Page (Donal Logue), a fellow soldier who saved his life during the war. He is gradually revealed to be jealous and unstable, causing significant problems for Page and his wife Irene (Molly Parker).

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The film won The National Film Board Award for Best Canadian First Feature at Cinéfest in Sudbury and Best Canadian Feature Film at the Festival du Nouveau Cinéma in Montreal.[1]

The film garnered two nominations at the 2012 Genie Awards, including Best Actor (Dillahunt) and Best Adapted Screenplay.

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