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Delroy Kincaid (2009)

Where Do White People Go When the Long Weekend Comes? The Wondrous Journey of Delroy Kincaid (original title)
An artistic immigrant boy and his best friend his grandmother, immigrate to Canada from a seaside Caribbean fishing village to live with the boy's parents in North America. After the death ... See full summary »

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Jwoel Benn ...
Delroy Kincaid
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Neighbour wife
Neion George ...
Baller
Jeff Howard ...
Crack Head
Ahdri Zhina Mandiela ...
Delroy's grandmother
Kai Meister ...
Neighbour son
Sierra Michaelides ...
Neighbour daughter
Shane Miller ...
Roger the gangsta-Baller
Paul Nicholls ...
Neighbour Husband
Stella Umeh ...
Delroy's mother
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An artistic immigrant boy and his best friend his grandmother, immigrate to Canada from a seaside Caribbean fishing village to live with the boy's parents in North America. After the death of his grandmother, a lonely and confused Delroy wonders if the traditional mass holiday migration of his white Canadian friends are going away to where his grandmother went. Delroy Kincaid must understand his new home, while holding on to his love of his old. One winter Delroy's artistic imagination comes alive and takes him on a journey of self-discovery in a new foreign land. Written by Kaiso Productions

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The film was chosen by the Canadian Government and Cirque du Soleil to represent Canada at WORLD EXPO 2010 in Shanghai, China to 73 million people. The film won awards and was selected for multiple festivals around the world. See more »

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