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False Movement (2014)

2 temps, 3 mouvements (original title)
| Drama | 2014 (Canada)
Victor (15) is dragged by his mother from Paris to Quebec City, to build a new life for themselves, following the death of his father. While skipping class one afternoon, he sees another a student on the ledge.

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Christophe Cousin
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Zacharie Chasseriaud ... Victor Lebovici
Antoine L'Écuyer ... Samuel
Aure Atika ... Adele Lebovici
Anne-Marie Cadieux ... Caroline
Philomène Bilodeau ... Isabelle
Hugues Frenette ... Mathias
Léo Caron Léo Caron ... François
Marc Biron Marc Biron ... Daniel Lebovici
Catherine Lavoie Catherine Lavoie
Normand Bissonnette Normand Bissonnette ... English Teacher
Jack Robitaille Jack Robitaille ... Principal
Ansie St-Martin Ansie St-Martin
Benoit Simard Benoit Simard ... Student 1
Charles Bolduc-Brousseau Charles Bolduc-Brousseau ... Student 2
Antoine Paré-Poirier Antoine Paré-Poirier ... Student 3
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Storyline

Victor has just moved to Quebec with his mother. His continual late at his new high school, and his behavior frequently lands him in the principal's office. One day, he witnesses a violent event that will turn his life on its head and lead to him losing all bearings. Between France and Quebec, life and death, virginity and sexuality, adolescence and adult life. Written by www.philm.dk

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Drama

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Country:

France | Canada

Language:

French

Release Date:

2014 (Canada) See more »

Also Known As:

Deux temps, Trois mouvements See more »

Filming Locations:

Québec, Québec, Canada

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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