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Hello Destroyer

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A young hockey player deals with the consequences of hockey violence after he critically injures another player during a game.
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NOW Toronto
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March 08, 2017

Writer/director Funk's first feature after a series of solid shorts -- including 2013's Destroyer, which contained the seeds of this film -- is a strong debut, if a little heavy-handed.
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Globe and Mail
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March 10, 2017

This isn't a traditional hockey film. In a sense, it's not a hockey film at all. Hello Destroyer shoots for more: A story of alienation, and of youth rudely interrupted and lost in the machine.
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Cinema Scope
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September 28, 2017

[Hello Destroyer] is constructed sturdily enough to stand up to any forthcoming scrutiny, and maybe also built to last in a way that most feature debuts simply are not.
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Winnipeg Free Press
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May 09, 2017

Flin Flon-born actor Abrahamson nails it. He may not have many lines, but he also never has a false moment. He breaks your heart with a macho stoicism that ultimately cannot withstand a relentless assault of callous indifference.
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Seattle Times
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June 15, 2017

Director Kevan Funk presents an occasionally powerful, if slow-moving and overlong meditation on violence and toxic masculinity.
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Seventh Row
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July 05, 2017

Hello Destroyer is a hockey movie where the drama is not in the game, but in how its violence has consequences that ripple off the ice.
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Toronto Star
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March 10, 2017

The tragic cliché of the heroic hockey enforcer is explored with art and impact in this powerful feature debut by Vancouver writer/director Kevan Funk.
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National Post
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May 09, 2017

Terse and devastating.
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