Cas & Dylan

Synopsis: In Winnipeg, Dr. Cas Pepper has just found out he has a terminal brain tumor. Dylan Morgan is an aspiring writer. The two first set eyes on each other in the hospital ward, where Dylan was trying to get inspired for her writings. Despite being a mismatched pair, the two end up on a journey together, largely out of a joint incident with Dylan's boyfriend Bobby, to head "west". This journey was originally Cas' alone as part of what he felt he needed to do in light of his diagnosis, his complete mission about which Dylan is unaware. Although he would like to do this trip on his own beyond the issue with Bobby, he finds it is more difficult to get rid of Dylan than he would like. It seems as if Dylan is both running away from Bobby, and running toward what she hopes is that lucrative writing career, that next step being a meeting with a representative at a publishing house in Vancouver. This journey ends up being one of discovery for both, both in terms of learning about the other's full c
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Director(s): Jason Priestley
Production: Entertainment One Films
  9 wins & 3 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.6
Metacritic:
32
Rotten Tomatoes:
31%
NOT RATED
Year:
2013
90 min
Website
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Now it's 4 a. m.

and I'm still a hound

They dropped a mean-talking

Yankee off

In the last town

If I were in Kentucky

I'd be shootin' raccoons

Stoned as a driver

chasin' the moon

Hopped up driver

Chasin' the moon

Buyin' smokes for kids

and I pocket the change

Grab a deli stick

A barely legal

"Home on the Range"

- Ah. Mmm,

yeah that's good.

Dust in my tracks

pedal to steel

Dust in my tracks

Pedal to steel

Oh!

(Horn dying)

(screaming)

(both screaming)

(Cas):
It wasn't always

like this. Everything used

to be clearer to me.

Happiness was simple and

achievable. Medicine was

God. Right and wrong

was... (chuckles) ...black

and white. The world made

perfect sense. And I knew

exactly what I was doing in it.

(Indistinct hospital noises)

Ahh. My results.

I've been a doctor

for over 30 years. Lately

certain ethics of the

practice have become

irrefutably grey to me.

(Cas throwing up)

(answering machine):

You have one message.

- Hey, it's Alan. I uh, I hope

you've reconsidered and

you're not half way to

B. C. by now. Um, look, you

know the prognosis and I,

I get what Denise went

through but we all want

the same thing here. For

you to be around as long

as possible. Now's the

time to move on this.

We're talking about the

rest of your life, Cas.

- Hey Winston.

What? What do you

want? You don't even talk

anymore. Speak to

me. Use your words.

(Winston Barks)

Excellent.

Have a good day.

Mindless shit.

Sit. Excellent.

Winston.

Winston-- Winston?

- Hey! This is Denise. I'm not

in. You know what to do.

- Hey. I'm coming for a

visit. Yeah, long overdue.

I'll see you soon. Bye.

(Cell phone ringing)

(Dylan):
Hey Bobby.

Um, sorry, I was

doing a thing. Uh... Look,

I think we need to take a

break.

It's Dylan. Dylan!

Uh, look, I need some time

to think, you know.

To think! No, think! Would

you please turn down the

TV? I'm trying to have a

heartfelt moment with you

here. No. Well no. Where

am I supposed to go? I

mean, I've lived there for

almost a year now.

Fine, just come

pick me up. Well, how do

you expect me to get

home genius? Fly? Okay

whatever, I'll find a ride.

You know what, forget it.

Keep watching TV.

Yeah, okay. We'll

just, we'll figure it out

when I-- when I get back,

okay? It's like we're

taking a vacation.

A vacation!

No! Separately! Hello?

I like your focus.

- Excuse me?

- Whatever you're

writing. You seem really

zoned in. Kinda reminds

me of myself. I'm-- I'm a

writer and when a thought

occurs to me, I can

literally tune out the

entire world and just focus

in on my words. It's a gift.

Do you do a lot of writing?

- Would you stop, not--

don't do that please?

- Oh.

- Sorry.

- Nice car!

- Thank you.

- GPS, huh?

- You were in room 1101

yesterday, weren't you?

- Yeah! Yeah.

Dylan Morgan.

- Cas.

- Hi. Are you

a philanthropist?

- Am I a what?

- A philanthropist.

Do you have money that you

wanna throw away?

'Cause... I'm a

philanthropee and I'm more

than happy to have money

thrown at me.

- That's called a stripper.

- No it's not. So

you, uh, going on a trip, Cas?

- Mmhmm.

- Where are you going?

'Cause I could use a ride.

- I'm going west.

- Shut up!

- No, you shut up.

- That is so perfect.

That's where I'm headed

to. That-- that

must be a sign.

- No, no, it

doesn't have to be.

- My boyfriend lives

literally, like, right up

the highway, like

30 seconds away.

- How did you get here?

- I hitched a ride.

- Mmhmm. The answer's no.

I'm a solo traveller.

- Okay. Of course.

- Sorry.

- Yeah. No,

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