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Saul Rubinek

Saul Rubinek

Birthdate: July 2, 1948

?From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Saul Rubinek (born July 2, 1948) is a Canadian film and television actor. He has also directed and produced feature-length films. Description above from the Wikipedia article Saul Rubinek, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia. ...detailed bio


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Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost (2011)

After being replaced as the chief of police in Paradise, Massachusetts by the town council president's son-in-law, William Butler (Jeff Geddis), Jesse Stone is still without a full-time job (though he vows to one day be reinstated). Nevertheless, he continues to find ways to pursue investigations...

Barney's Version (2011)

Barney Panofsky is living with his best friend Boogie (Speedman) in Rome. He marries the mentally disturbed and unfaithful Clara Charnofsky (Lefevre) after she tells him she is pregnant with his child. Barney later finds out the child is not his, and he demands they separate. Clara commits suicid...

Knucklehead (2010)

When 35 year old orphan Walter Krunk destroys the kitchen of the orphanage he grew up in, he has 10 days to raise enough money in order to save the orphanage from closing down. Meanwhile, Eddie Sullivan, a manager for fighters is in debt to Memphis Earl. Walter and Eddie join forces in order to s...

Kill Me Please (2010)

Doctor Kruger dreams to insert “the suicide in modernity”. He offers to his patients the service of a private clinic where one can die in all peace, champagne glass to the hand. But in the private clinic of “ideal death”, nothing occurs as envisaged.

Jesse Stone: No Remorse (2010)

The film begins with the murder of a young man as he opens his car door in a parking garage. The film then turns to catching us up with Jesse, who as it turns out hasn’t been up to much. After his suspension, Jesse Stone sinks into seclusion and alcoholism. Ordered not to communicate with his for...

The Trotsky (2009)

Montreal West high school student Leon Bronstein (Jay Baruchel) believes that he is the reborn incarnation of Marxist/Bolshevik leader Leon Trotsky. Shortly after he starts to work in his family's clothing factory, he attempts to unionize the workplace with such actions as a hunger strike. He is ...

A Broken Life (2008)

Max decides to commit suicide and forces Bud to film his final hours. Max confronts his ex-wife and Boss for revenge but kindness from a handicapped woman gives him hope.

The Express (2008)

Ernie Davis (Rob Brown) is a young African American growing up in Pennsylvania with his same-age uncle Will Davis Jr. (Nelsan Ellis), in the late 1940s during a time of racism and discrimination. Davis lives with his extended family, including his grandfather, Willie 'Pops' Davis (Charles S. Dutt...

Blackout (2008)

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Julia (2008)

In California, an alcoholic named Julia (Tilda Swinton) is out of control, partying every night, and waking up in unknown homes with no memory of the previous night. Her reckless behavior costs her her job and she begins to go broke. She soon meets a mother, Elena (Kate del Castillo), at an AA me...

War (2007)

During a shootout against Chinese Triads at a dock warehouse, FBI agents John Crawford (Jason Statham) and Tom Lone (Terry Chen) stumble across the notorious assassin Rogue (Jet Li), a former CIA assassin who now works for the Japanese Yakuza. Rogue ambushes Crawford and is about to execute him w...

Jesse Stone: Sea Change (2007)

In the small town of Paradise, Massachusetts, chief of police Jesse Stone (Tom Selleck) is on the phone with his ex-wife in Los Angeles who tells him not to call her that night. She's started seeing someone who finds it strange that the two still talk every evening. Jesse is dealing with other ch...

Jesse Stone: Night Passage (2006)

In this prequel to 'Stone Cold,' Tom Selleck reprises his role as Jesse Stone, an L.A. cop who relocates to a small town only to find himself immersed in one mystery after the other.

Cruel But Necessary (2005)

Cruel But Necessary is a 2005 independent film directed by Canadian actor/director Saul Rubinek. Actress Wendel Meldrum took a turn as a screenwriter for this project. Meldrum stars in the film as Betty Munson, a woman struggling to put her life back together after her marriage falls apart. Betty...

Santa's Slay (2005)

On Christmas Eve of 2005, the Mason family is enjoying Christmas dinner when Santa Claus (Bill Goldberg) comes down the chimney and kills them all. Some of the deaths include Santa stabbing a man's hands to the table with steak knives, causing a girl to faint and fall back into a sharp pole that ...

Call Me: The Rise and Fall of Heidi Fleiss (2004)

Heidi Fleiss (Jamie-Lynn Sigler), the daughter of a prominent Los Angeles doctor, becomes a prostitute for well-known Los Angeles madame Alex (Brenda Fricker). She soon takes over her boss' operation and begins raking in $300,000 a month by hiring only the most beautiful and high-class prostitute...

Hollywood North (2004)

Hollywood North is a 2003 film starring Matthew Modine and Jennifer Tilly. It is a mockumentary detailing the struggles of two Canadian movie producers in Toronto circa 1979. The title is a reference to the colloquialism "Hollywood North".

The Singing Detective (2003)

Suffering from the skin disease psoriasis and crippling psoriatic arthritis, detective novelist Dan Dark is in such pain in a hospital that he begins to delve into fantasy, resulting in several storylines told simultaneously: A film noir based on Dark's novel, The Singing Detective, in which a ni...


Baadasssss! is a 2003 American biopic, written, produced, directed by, and starring Mario Van Peebles. The film is based on the struggles of Van Peebles' father Melvin Van Peebles (played by Mario himself), as he attempts to film and distribute Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song, a film that was w...