In an insular world of sordid corruption, where everything and everyone has a price, an artist questions the value of his integrity and wonders if he hasn’t deluded himself into thinking that there are more important things in life than money.
In Urban Disturbances, characters navigate complicated relationships and contend with their own self-destructive behaviours, all the while clinging to essential, very human, desires: to be noticed, to be wanted, to be loved, and occasionally, when the situation calls for it, to get what they deserve.
On May 2, 1967, Montreal and Toronto faced each other in a battle for hockey supremacy.
The game became a turning point in sports history. That night, the Leafs would win the Cup. The next season, the National Hockey League would expand to twelve teams and the "Original Six" would be a thing of the past.
It was The Last Hockey Game.