Mystery, Alaska is a 1999 comedy-drama film directed by Jay Roach about a fictional small-town ice hockey team that plays a game against the New York Rangers of the National Hockey League. It was shot in Banff National Park and Canmore, Alberta. The movie is about a small town in Alaska named Mystery, where hockey is the cohesive activity that unites the town. The "Saturday Game" is a weekly event of amature four-on-four pond hockey played on the open ice of the towns frozen lake. The team consists of ten local townsmen of varing ages and occupations with two goalies and eight skaters...
|Release date:||October 1, 1999|
|Directed by:||Jay Roach|
|Producer:||David E. Kelley|
|Music by:||Carter Burwell|
|Screenplay by:||David E. Kelley|