Review: A Simple Mix-Up

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Gossiping wives, cul de sac meetings, murder and martini glasses. Who’s to say the suburbs are a bore?  The lead in creates a feel of a lighthearted and simple story line. As it quickly progresses, it takes a dark turn. 

The subject of murder is brought up and the characters leave a shady aftertaste. No one can be trusted in this short film as the smiles hide the truth behind what is really going on in this quiet beautiful neighborhood. 

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Randy Kakegamic

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I am an Ojibway Cree born and raised in Ottawa Ontario. I am a father and grandfather. Both my parents are survivors of residential school here in Canada. My late father is from North Spirit Lake Ontario and my mom is from Waswanipi Quebec. I have been singing since I was 8 years of age and dancing the grass style for over 5 years now. I am the drum keeper of the SpiritWolf Singers. I have always been around the powwow arena since I was a child and was lucky to receive teachings.
I am a student and graduate at Algonquin College, graduate of Digital Music production, Music Industry Arts and Broadcasting Television Programs. Currently enrolled in Scriptwriting. I love my school and I am a student navigator there as well at the Mamimdosewin Center. I love sharing my story and really incorporate that into each and every performance I do. Meegwetch!