Director: Giles Walker
Screenwriters: Giles Walker, David Wilson
After dabbling with the improvisational drama in The Masculine Mystique, a film he co-directed, Giles Walker decided to go it alone and steal two characters from the previous work to form the basis for 90 Days. The first film blurred the line between fiction and documentary by using friends working at the National Film Board playing themselves; this film uses the same characters and actors â€śactorsâ€ť in more obviously â€śfictionalizedâ€ť situations.
Alex and Blue have trouble with women. Alec, always the philanderer, is thrown out by his wife, golf clubs and all, ending up at his friendâ€™s house. The cherubic Blue has never been successful in love so he decides to solve his problems by importing a Korean mail-order wife chosen from the Cherry Blossoms catalogue, which he neglects to tell his mother. After Hyang-Sookâ€™s arrival, the couple has 90 days to decide whether they will marry or her visa will expire. Meanwhile, Alex is pursued by a beautiful lawyer who, acting on behalf of a client, wants to buy his sperm.
- Dramatic Feature
- 1987, Sundance Film Festival
- Canada, 99 min.