Les Beaux Malaises is a fictional series based on the life (and starring) Martin Matte, a comedian and popular figure in PQ, Canada. It tells the story of the awkward but funny moments that the stand-up man has to face everyday.
A much-needed boost, in the form of a new factory, is promised to the residents of the tiny fishing village St. Marie-La-Mauderne, provided they can lure a doctor to take up full-time residency on the island. Inspired, the villagers devise a scheme to make Dr. Christopher Lewis a local.
When betrayed by his family, a man calling itself Fred Moreau escapes with a briefcase full of stolen money. He hides in a cottage on the shore of Lake Kaionwahere, believing to be quiet ... See full summary »
The year it took Dede Fortin to write and record "Dehors Novembre" is revisited in this doc. Swinging between crippling despair and fervent creativity, the past that haunted Fortin until ... See full summary »
Max leads a good life with Alice and their son Théo; that is until Alice is threatened with death while waiting for a heart transplant. Max promises Théo that he will save Alice, but to ... See full summary »
We find Max in jail, after loosing his young wife. When he learns that his son Theo has just been hired by a criminal organization, Max will risk everything to save him. His car chase and athlete skills will prove to be a great asset.
Man this movie could have been good. But it have been wrote by Nathalie Petrowski and this woman has no talent. (her father was famous and shes been living on that forever). So it look like a movie made for television, it feel cheap. (and normally Quebec craft-man can do good with low budget, but this movie look like a low budget one). Fan of Ofenbach or Gerry Boulet will be disappoint cause this movie seem to be made by a woman for woman's. The dialogue are laughable, the haircut look ridiculous. Since the death of great director Jean-Claude Lauzon, Quebecois cinema seem to be dead..and this movie just kill it a bit more...
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