COVID-19 response: Movie theatres must close
Effective December 13, 2020 some businesses will be required to close, reduce capacity or limit their in-person access. This includes movie theatres. These mandatory restrictions apply province-wide and will be in place at least until January 21, 2021.
Learn more about new mandatory public health measures in Alberta.
Theatres and other movie venues, otherwise known as exhibitors, were first allowed to reopen in June. They are encouraged to review these relaunch guidance documents developed by Alberta Health:
- Guidance for Movie Theatres (PDF, 294 KB)
- General relaunch guidance (PDF, 185 KB)
- other applicable Alberta Health guidance found at Alberta Biz Connect
For general information, visit COVID-19 info for Albertans.
English/Gwich'in/Pushto-language Drama. After a Gwich'in-Canadian soldier (Asivak Koostachin) is captured by the Taliban (Kane Mahon), he finds himself reflecting on the death of his cousin (Miika Bryce Whiskeyjack).
- Infrequent use of the sexual expletive, some in a sexual context; infrequent use of scatological slang, cursing, and profanity
- Infrequent portrayals of gun, weapons, and hand-to-hand violence, most in a war context, some involving children, some involving animals - some blood and detail
- Infrequent portrayals of alcohol and tobacco use in a recreational context
- Identity and belonging
- Unlikely friendships
- Survival and teamwork
Rated 14A for violence and coarse language