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Don't let the trailer fool you: Cheech is not about cardboard characters running in and out of closets. It's about six people, some more depressed than others, living through the worst day of their lives. They will make bad decisions along the way that will make things even worse. -The script is very clever, with great twists and turns. The characters are well defined, with enough dirty secrets to keep you guessing till the very end. -The acting is superb! Patrice Robitaille is, as always, mesmerizing. Anick Lemay is also very good at shredding away her "good girl" image. But the real revelation is Maxime Dénommée who does wonders with his wild eye, innocent guy, way over his head... -Patrice Sauvé signs a very good movie, with slick direction, and high visual flair. -Let's not forget the music, which seems to be underestimated a lot in this case. Normand Corbeil's score is very evocative, and conveys a feeling of oppression that suits the visuals very well. A very good movie, but not the comedy the trailer makes you think it is.
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