Nine teenagers are interviewed about social and cultural issues and then get to act out their dreams and fantasies.



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Credited cast:
Danielle Bail
Pierre Charpentier
Philippe Dubé
Dave Gold
Marc Harvey
François Jasmin
Michèle Mercure
Philippe Raoul
Monique Simard


In in a unique blend of documentary and fiction, nine middle-class teenagers aged 17 and 18 are interviewed on the opinions of contemporary social and cultural issues. Intercut is individual dream sequences, written by each member of the group, depicting their actual dreams and fantasies. The group also travel from their native suburb of Mont-Royal to Washington, D.C. and participate in a mass demonstration against poverty and racial prejudice. Their final interview concerns their hopes and thoughts about the future. Written by pr1mal_1

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26 March 1970 (Canada)  »

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CAD 140,000 (estimated)

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