TIFF 2013: Trailer For Bruce McDonald's THE HUSBAND, A Dark Comedy Stewing In Anger

Andrew Mack, Contributing Writer
Bruce McDonald's latest film, the dark comedy The Husband, is set to have its World Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on Monday, September 9. The film was co-written by his lead actor, Maxwell McCabe-Lokos, who has worked with McDonald before on The Tracey Fragments. The trailer has dropped ahead of its premiere next week and you will find it below. 

Henry, the hero of Bruce McDonald's gutsy The Husband, is having a really bad year. His wife, Alyssa, a former teacher, is in jail for sleeping with a fourteen-year-old student, leaving Henry to raise their infant son alone. He loathes his ad agency job -- and his co-workers even more. Moreover, the burden of single-parenting has essentially cut Henry off from his friends, leaving him to stew. Henry has kept a lid on things so far, but as Alyssa's release looms, he finds it increasingly difficult to contain himself.
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