|Director||May Charters and Mark Hug|
|Supplier||Fruitstand Loft Films|
|Festivals/Awards||People's Choice Audience Award - Calgary International Film Festival 2009|
In theatres on January 13, 2012
A tale of small-town Canadian romance, the film follows a pair of childhood friends reunited at their high school reunion. Ten years after graduation Todd remains a local could-have-been, while Allison returns from the city and wonders what might have been. Fueled by hope, longing, and nostalgia they embark on a romantic, if illusory, adventure to recapture lost love and happiness.
Asking if it's possible to go home again, the film explores the poignant moment between youth and adulthood that can overwhelm those unwilling to let go, yet unsure how to move ahead.
People's Choice Audience Award - Calgary International Film Festival 2009
|Mrs. Wallace||Gillian Adamson|
|Allison Adamson||May Charters|
|Jackie McGillicutty||Saskia Gould|
|Todd Timmins||Mark Hug|
“Indie gem delivers honest romance” - The Toronto Star
“'Lovers in a Dangerous Time' Review” - Film Threat
“'Lovers in a Dangerous Time' Review” - Toronto Film Scene
“Loving and yearning in the Kootenays ” - The Globe and Mail
“'Lovers in a Dangerous Time' Review” - National Post