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Hyena Road

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Three men, three different paths, caught in conflict but brought together to save lives:  a highly skilled sniper who can't think of his targets as human; an intelligence officer who has never killed while on duty; and a legendary Afghan warrior who left war behind but gets pulled back to battle.

  • DirectorPaul Gross
  • Runtime: 2 hr 0 min
  • StudioSamuel Goldwyn Films
  • QualityHD

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Drama becomes a casualty in war film 'Hyena Road' because of its documentary format - Los Angeles Times


Los Angeles Times

Drama becomes a casualty in war film 'Hyena Road' because of its documentary format
Los Angeles Times
The stripped-down authenticity sought by "Hyena Road," a drama about Canadian troops stationed in Kandahar City, Afghanistan, proves to be a double-edged sword — while the attempt at a certain, documentary-style naturalism is honorable, it's at the ...
Review: 'Hyena Road' Follows a Sniper Team in AfghanistanNew York Times
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Military Drama 'Hyena Road' Makes a Badly Acted Hash of the Desert Wars - Village Voice


Village Voice

Military Drama 'Hyena Road' Makes a Badly Acted Hash of the Desert Wars
Village Voice
This anti-war movie is more passionate about CB radio communication than the horrors of bloodshed. Hyena Road Written and directed by Paul Gross Samuel Goldwyn Films Opens March 11, Village East Cinema Available on demand. If It's "The Fate of the ...

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'Hyena Road' Deal: Toronto War Pic Acquired By Samuel Goldwyn - Deadline


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'Hyena Road' Deal: Toronto War Pic Acquired By Samuel Goldwyn
Deadline
... colloquially known as Hyena Road; Master Sniper Ryan Sanders (Rossif Sutherland), who leads a team of snipers protecting the crews building the road; and a local Afghan warrior who has left war behind, but gets pulled back into battle to settle a ...
Samuel Goldwyn Acquires US Rights to Afghan War Thriller 'Hyena Road'Hollywood Reporter

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Hyena Road: Unprecedented Canadian war film a marvel of quiet authenticity - The Globe and Mail


The Globe and Mail

Hyena Road: Unprecedented Canadian war film a marvel of quiet authenticity
The Globe and Mail
There's a dry Canadian laugh to be had at the climax of Hyena Road, Paul Gross's new movie about the war in Afghanistan. The Canadian forces have been building the road of the title deep into Taliban territory, creating a dirt track that can only be ...
Movie Review: Hyena Road takes you into the heart of Canada's Afghanistan warVancity Buzz
Hyena Road one hell of a good movieSt. Albert Gazette
Film Review: Hyena Road a bumpy rideVancouver Sun
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'Hyena Road' review: Paul Gross' Afghan drama one of the best Canadian war movies ever - Toronto Sun


Toronto Sun

'Hyena Road' review: Paul Gross' Afghan drama one of the best Canadian war movies ever
Toronto Sun
Hyena Road – the best recent Canadian war movie I can recall (an admittedly thin genre) – is also one of the nicknames of an impossible thoroughfare our troops constructed through Afghanistan's Kandahar province. It could also be a metaphor for the ...
Hyena Road an impressively realized war dramaStraight.com
Rossif Sutherland builds upon the family business with war drama Hyena RoadMontreal Gazette
Paul Gross film shot at Shilo examines the complexities of Canada's campaign in AfghanistanWinnipeg Free Press
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A marketing battle to sell Hyena Road, a Canadians-in-Afghanistan war film - The Globe and Mail


The Globe and Mail

A marketing battle to sell Hyena Road, a Canadians-in-Afghanistan war film
The Globe and Mail
Selling English-language Canadian movies to domestic audiences is always a challenge: Very few ever earn more than a million dollars at the box office. But Hyena Road is a deeply personal film for its writer-director Paul Gross. He is a former army ...
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