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Canucks Movie Forever Faithful

November 7th, 2008 @ 11:47am (PT) by Rebecca Bollwitt

This Monday, November 10th, you can check out Forever Faithful: A Canucks Movie; a documentary following fans and players of the last 38 years of the franchise through the course of a season.

The documented life of Canucks fans and their relationship with their team… and it’s not a horror movie. The film will be shown in theatres for just one day from the looks of it, then I think we can guess it’ll be on DVD just in time to slip under the Christmas tree. And will Canucks fans buy it? Good god, will we ever…

The film was commissioned by the Vancouver Canucks and was apparently another brainchild of the team’s scary-smart president, Chris Zimmerman. [Canucks and Beyond]

In the Greater Vancouver area the film will screen at 7:00pm in the following theatres: Strawberry Hill, Colossus Langley, Scotiabank Theatre, Silvercity Riverport, and Silvercity Coquitlam.

The DVD will be available for sale in late November at Save-On-Foods and Overwaitea Foods.

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  • 3 comments

    1. Dave says:

      Being relatively new to Vancouver and the Canucks, I found this documentary quite good! Really enjoyed it, and glad to be a Canucks Fan!

    2. Amanda says:

      I live in Winnipeg – do you know of anywhere I can buy this dvd online?
      I’d love to buy it for my bf who is a huge canucks fan and an ex-resident of vancouver

      Thanks – email me if you know

    3. [...] to play along on this rainy Super Sunday afternoon and I’ll do a prize draw for a copy of Forever Faithful: A Canucks Movie along with a Canucks sports bag. I mean if you’re going to have clutter, it may as well be [...]

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