This is a very funny and candid movie about typical characters of Michel Tremblay's literature. To me, this movie is in fact a very ironic portraying of St-Henri and Ville Lasalle inhabitants in the 1960's and 1970's. (All of Michel Tremblay's literature revolves around those characters; he frequently illustrates the daily lives of fat urban ladies staying at home and exaggerates their traits). To me, this movie is very interesting from a cultural point of view while bringing back good memories of people and places. Both daughters of Denise Filiatrault (Danièle and Sophie Lorain) play in the movie. Definitely worth seeing!
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