North of Nowhere?: The Signifigance of Canadian Cultural Identity in Genre Films Produced During the "Tax Shelter Years"
North of Nowhere?:
Cultural Identity in Genre Films Produced During the "Tax Shelter Years"
More than twenty years after its original release, a puerile high school sex comedy remains the highest grossing Canadian film of all time. If you ask many of those who made it such a financial success, they probably had no idea that was a Canadian film. In "Porky's" none of the characters are Canadian, in fact, the film is set in Florida, and its subject matter is a great departure from that of traditional Canadian filmmaking. Within any other era of Canadian film this movie would have been an en…
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