1952, Québec - Alys Robi, vocalist at the top of her popularity and recognized worldwide, was interned in spite of herself, by her father. Medical authorities prescribe her the only cure ... See full summary »
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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