The Kid Who Couldn't Miss

The Kid Who Couldn't Miss

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Paul Cowan's feature-length film combines fiction and reality to tell the story of how William Avery (Billy) Bishop became one of the leading fighter pilots of World War I. By no accounts a biography of Billy Bishop, the film uses a 'docu-drama' approach to show how one person goes from being a brash kid from Ontario to Canada's most decorated military figure.

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Générique
  • réalisateur
    Paul Cowan
  • producteur
    Paul Cowan
  • caméra
    Paul Cowan
  • producteur exécutif
    Adam Symansky
  • son
    Richard Nichol
    James McCarthy
  • montage
    Paul Cowan
    Sidonie Kerr
  • montage sonore
    Jackie Newell
  • ré-enregistrement
    Jean-Pierre Joutel
    Adrian Croll
  • animation
    Meilan Lam
  • narrateur
    William Hutt
  • musique
    Ben Low
  • interprète
    Eric Peterson
    John Gray

  • MichaelDorosh

    The NFB's treatment of Canadian military history has been an international embarrassment, particularly due to the necessary intervention of other levels of government who have stepped in and had to reel in film-makers with an unabashed zeal for fabricating adverse stories about Canadian service personnel.

    MichaelDorosh, 1 Fév 2013
  • MAJones

    Amateurish character assassination.

    MAJones, 30 Déc 2011
  • icedriller123

    Great film work at its finest.

    icedriller123, 22 Aoû 2010