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Gerry (2011)

Follows the life of Quebec's first rocker, Gerry Boulet, of Offenbach fame.

Director:

Alain Desrochers

Writer:

Nathalie Petrowski (screenplay)
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2 wins & 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Mario Saint-Amand Mario Saint-Amand ... Gerry Boulet
Capucine Delaby Capucine Delaby ... Françoise Faraldo
Marc-François Blondin ... Johnny Gravel
Eugene Brotto Eugene Brotto ... Breen Leboeuf
Mathieu Lepage ... Willie
Louis-David Morasse Louis-David Morasse ... Denis Boulet
Madeleine Péloquin ... Denise Croteau
Éric Bruneau ... Pierre Harel
Jonas Tomalty ... John McGale
Roberto Mei ... Wezo
Érika Gagnon Érika Gagnon ... Charlotte Boulet
Luc Proulx ... Georges Boulet
Jassen Charron ... Jeune Gerry (13 ans)
Antoine DesRochers ... Jeune Denis (15 ans) (as Antoine Desrochers)
Laurent Lucas ... Claude Faraldo
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Storyline

Follows the life of Quebec's first rocker, Gerry Boulet, of Offenbach fame.

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Biography

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Did You Know?

Goofs

After Pierre Harel has told Offenbach group they are the Stones of Quebec, when the guy walking down the street have seen the logo Canada Post in the early 90s. See more »

Crazy Credits

Marci Gerry 1946-1990. See more »

Soundtracks

Deux autres bières
Written by Pierre Huet & John McGale
Performed by Offenbach
Éditions Bouche à Bouche
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A chick flick????
4 September 2012 | by erikkireSee all my reviews

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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Country:

Canada

Language:

French

Release Date:

15 June 2011 (Canada) See more »

Filming Locations:

Montréal, Québec, Canada

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Budget:

CAD6,000,000 (estimated)
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Christal Films See more »
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Color
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