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LukLukI

2017 - ENGLISH - MOVIE

Drama

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  • Jini Score
    24%
  • Critics Score
    60%
  • Rating
    6.3/10
  • Jini Score
    24%
  • Critics Score
    60%
  • Rating
    6.3/10
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A portrait of five Vancouverites living on society's fringes during the 2010 Winter Olympics, Luk'Luk'I takes us into uncharted territory, falling somewhere between a fiction we need to see and a documentary we wish didn't have to exist. LukLukI is a 2017 English-language Drama motion picture starring Angel Gates, Joe Buffalo, Ken Harrower, Eric Buurman, Angela Dawson, Yvette Benson and Natasha Young. Sound & Colour in association with Thousand Plateaus. were the production houses involved in the project along with executive producer(s) Matt Drake and Spencer Hahn. LukLukI is written by Eric Buurman, Angela Dawson, Angel Gates, Ken Harrower, Mark Mckay and Wayne Wapeemukwa and it is directed by Wayne Wapeemukwa. The film has a running time of 89 minutes. Cinematography was done by Jeremy Cox. The music was composed by Daniel Ross.

LukLukI Reviews and Ratings

Average Review Rating : 3.3/5

66%

Positive Review Rating : 48%

48%
  • Now Toronto

    There are a few moments that land, but too many more that dont... ( Read More )
  • Cinema Scope

    An earnest attempt to bring social realities to the forefront amidst an onslaught of patriotic hypocrisies, LukLukI does not fully coalesce. ( Read More )
  • Seventh Row

    The one thread that tied the vignettes together is underbaked: the contrast between the privileged few who could participate in the Olympics feel good Canadian patriotism with those who are systemi... ( Read More )
  • The Globe And Mail

    The film is sobering but rough around the edges more of a series of only occasionally overlapping vignettes as opposed to a fully realized feature. ( Read More )

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Awards for LukLukI
  • Leo Awards
    0 WON
    8 NOMINATIONS
  • Vancouver International Film Festival
    3 WON
    6 NOMINATIONS
  • Toronto International Film Festival
    1 WON
    2 NOMINATIONS
  • Directors Guild of Canada
    1 WON
    2 NOMINATIONS
  • Vancouver Film Critics Circle
    0 WON
    2 NOMINATIONS
  • Queer Lisboa - Festival Internacional de Cinema Queer
    0 WON
    1 NOMINATIONS