Director David Gow, Mark Adam
Initial DVD release September 4, 2007
Genre Crime, Drama
Budget 1.3 million CAD
Country Canada United States
|Release date 2006 (2006)|
Writer David Gow (play), David Gow
Cast David Strathairn, Andrew W. Walker, Marina Orsini, Ivana Shein
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Tagline Rage and intolerance collide with compassion
Steel Toes is a 2006 film directed by David Gow and Mark Adam, and starring David Strathairn. It was filmed in Montréal, Quebec, and was produced by Galafilm. The film was based on writer/director David Gow's play Cherry Docs.
Danny Dunkleman (Strathairn) is a Jewish humanist and a lawyer who works for the court system in Canada. He is assigned to defend Mike Downey (Andrew Walker), a member of the Aryan Brotherhood who is accused of a brutal, racially motivated murder. Behind prison walls, the two have a clash of ideologies as Dunkleman attempts to put his professional beliefs before his personal beliefs, and his client clings to his hateful beliefs.
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