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La brunante (2007)

 -  Comedy | Drama  -  29 August 2007 (Canada)
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Spoiler warning! When Madeleine is diagnosed with Alzheimers, she makes two important decisions. One is to keep it from her family... See full synopsis »

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Credited cast:
Monique Mercure ...
Madeleine
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Zoé
Patrick Labbé ...
Phlippe
Stéphane Gagnon ...
Antoine
Caroline Lavoie ...
Danielle
Hélène Dansereau ...
Geneviève
Gaston Lepage ...
Botaniste
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Catherine Bégin
Etienne Didelot-Pothier ...
Le passant
Louisette Dussault
Maryse Gagne
Vincent Graton
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Spoiler warning! When Madeleine is diagnosed with Alzheimers, she makes two important decisions. One is to keep it from her family... See full synopsis »

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Not for the faint hearted!
3 August 2008 | by (San Diego, California, USA) – See all my reviews

Alzheimers is ugly. Watching someone struggle with its early stages is painful. La Brunante manages to make us part of Madeleine's family, willing her to overcome her condition and her determination to make a graceful exit. The parts are marvelously cast, with Monique Mercure and Suzanne Clément perfectly representing the aging Madeleine and the tortured Zoë.

What a wasted opportunity though, cinematographically. Madeleine and Zoë's journey takes place in some of the most outstandingly beautiful landscape on planet earth. as a backdrop to the action, the Gaspé peninsula could have been featured much more, and could only have enhanced the movie. -1 point for this lapse, otherwise, it was a perfect 10.


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