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Une jeune fille à la fenêtre (2001)

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Emprisoned by an illness, a young country girl decides to leave for Quebec City in order to study piano and discover an animated and enthralling lifestyle.

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Credited cast:
Fanny Mallette ...
Marthe
Hugues Frénette ...
Léo
Evelyne Rompré ...
Geneviève
Rosa Zacharie ...
Cécile
Louis-David Morasse ...
Alfred
Daniel Parent ...
Paul
Richard Fagon ...
Oliver Scott
Johanne-Marie Tremblay ...
Mére
Denis Bernard ...
Monsieur Dubé
Richard Fréchette ...
Monsieur Bélanger
Diane Dufresne ...
Madame Hélary
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Robin Arsenault-Vezina ...
Phillippe
Marie-Josée Bastien
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Chauffeur de taxi
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Emprisoned by an illness, a young country girl decides to leave for Quebec City in order to study piano and discover an animated and enthralling lifestyle.

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1 February 2002 (Canada)  »

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A Girl at the Window  »

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interesting film that lacks authenticity
8 April 2002 | by (TORONTO) – See all my reviews

I saw this film on DVD, and for the most part, I enjoyed it. However, I did not always feel that the characters or the set accurately evoked the era it was set in. Also, the sexual experiences of the main character are left to guesswork. Did she have an affair with the young artist who goes off to France, or was she only involved with the Dixie-land musician? Does she die of a broken heart or was she dying all along? Some of the dialogue was a bit too corny. Realism can be taken a bit too far in the movies. A movie often appears corny and unpolished if there is too much realism in dialogue. In comparison to Mariages, which I saw earlier this year, and which did, quite powerfully, evoke a sense of time and setting, I liked the former better, although that movie was often bleak and slow-paced. I would give mariages a 7 out of 10 and A Girl at the Window a 6.5 out of 10. I am encouraged that more Canadian films are becoming more accessible and better in quality.


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