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Have you seen Youngblood or Slap Shot? This isn’t like those, not by a long shot. Canadian director Kevan Funk’s first feature Hello Destroyer is a moody look at the side of sport nobody likes to talk about.
A rookie hockey player for the Prince George Warriors is taught in an almost boot-camp manner how to be a good teammate and a relentless warrior, but when he severely injures an opposing player with his overaggressive play, he’s ruthlessly abandoned by his team. He goes home and finds work in a slaughterhouse, a metaphor for the meat-on-the-hoof harshness of how athletes can be treated.
The low-budget and lowly lit film – at times too murky for its own good – has the feel of a documentary, with sparse, seemingly semi-scripted dialogue creating an almost unsettling intimacy. Jared Abrahamson plays Tyson Burr, the inarticulate and introverted mucker who struggles to express his frustrations. When he’s discarded by his team and everyone else, he broods and pulls his hoodie low – not as a tough guy, but a shy, lonely and vulnerable one.
This isn’t a traditional hockey film. In a sense, it’s not a hockey film at all. Hello Destroyer shoots for more: A story of alienation, and of youth rudely interrupted and lost in the machine.
A young junior hockey player’s life is shattered by an in-game act of violence. In an instant his life is abruptly turned upside down; torn from the fraternity of the team and the coinciding position of prominence, he is cast as a pariah and ostracized from the community. As he struggles with the repercussions of the event, desperate to find a means of reconciliation and a sense of identity, his personal journey ends up illuminating troubling systemic issues around violence.
Hello Destroyer shoots for more: A story of alienation, and of youth rudely interrupted and lost in the machine. March 10, 2017. It makes sense that Kevan Funk’s Hello Destroyer should open in Toronto a week ahead of Jay Baruchel’s Goon sequel, Last Of The Enforcers. Kevan Funk agrees that hockey defines Canada, but he doesn’t take that as such a sunny statement. His debut feature, Hello Destroyer.