In order to make money fast to put his company back on track, Dominique finds a job as an antique dealer. But soon he realizes that the only way he will keep his job is by pretending he is ... See full summary »
The oldest daughter of an impoverished Montreal family, Monique Sparvieri vows to find a way to get out of the ghetto in which she lives. Abandoned by Michael, the love of her life, Monique... See full summary »
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A young woman's quest for revenge against the people who kidnapped and tormented her as a child leads her and a friend, who is also a victim of child abuse, on a terrifying journey into a living hell of depravity.
In order to make money fast to put his company back on track, Dominique finds a job as an antique dealer. But soon he realizes that the only way he will keep his job is by pretending he is gay, slowly breaking his marriage and stirring weird emotions from his mother... Written by
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« J'en suis » is without a doubt one the crappiest movies ever been made in Quebec (and, believe me, i've seen a lot of bad movies in my life). Even without mentioning the fact that it's full of the worst cliches on gays as well as on artists or on anything else it despicts, the plot is lousy, the situations are ridiculous (not in an intended way) and the dialogs are simply atrocious. Avoid losing two hours of your short lives on this deliberately low aiming piece of junk; go take a walk instead, you'll feel healthier and, above all, smarter...
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