Paul Donovan & Maura O’Connell – Siege AKA Self Defense [+ Commentary] (1983)

During a police strike in Nova Scotia’s capital city, a gang of hoodlums end up unintentionally causing the owner of a gay bar to be killed. This escalates into a string of murders with a lone survivor trying to not be next.

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★★★½ Rewatched by John Charles 26 Jul 2021
Canada’s answer to ASSAULT ON PRECINCT 13, SIEGE posits what might have happened during the real-life Halifax police strike of 1981. It’s small in scale and ambition, but benefits from that economy and does an admirable job building suspense. Working with C$250,000 and a shooting ratio of only 3:1, the directors manage to get both effective performances and sufficient coverage for the scenario to work quite well, making SIEGE one of the best Canadian B-movies of its time.

2.31GB | 1h 23m | 1024×552 | mkv

https://nitro.download/view/7BA23B5C440B4FF/Siege.AKA_Self.Defense.1983.Theatrical.Cut.576p.BluRay.AC3.x264-KG.mkv
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https://tezfiles.com/file/78f61dec9d5ff/Siege.AKA_Self.Defense.1983.Theatrical.Cut.576p.BluRay.AC3.x264-KG.mp4

Language(s):English
Subtitles:English

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