David Wozniak (Patrick Huard), the protagonist of Ken Scott's comedy-drama Starbuck
, is a likeable Montreal bachelor in his early forties, who works for his father's meat delivery business. Years ago, he made hundreds of donations to a local sperm clinic to pay off his debts. Then, as the story opens, he receives horrifying news from his attorney -- the clinic proprietors apparently used his sperm to impregnate hundreds of female clients. The resulting 533 children have united in a massive class-action lawsuit designed to reveal the anonymous identity of their paternal donor, whom the press dubs “Starbuck.” But while David's identity is unavailable to them, th...