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In a quiet Quebec town, the local high school houses hundreds of impressionable young minds, each bursting with ideas, passions, frustrations and aggression. With his third feature-length... See more »

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Claude Leblanc

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Jean-François Caissy

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Jean-François Caissy ... (scenario)

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Johanne Bergeron ... producer
Colette Loumède ... producer

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Nicolas Canniccioni

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Mathieu Bouchard-Malo

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Yannick Carrier ... colorist / on-line editor

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Simon Gervais ... sound editor

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In a quiet Quebec town, the local high school houses hundreds of impressionable young minds, each bursting with ideas, passions, frustrations and aggression. With his third feature-length documentary, Jean-François Caissy explores this adolescent arena to craft a subtle but provocative meditation on teenage existence and the rules by which youths govern their lives. Comprised largely of private encounters between students and teachers or guidance councillors, and intercut with footage of the children during their leisure time, Caissy's intimate approach places his young subjects at the very centre of the screen, his camera resolutely fixed on the students as they discuss and attempt to justify their occasionally arbitrary actions. Like Fred Wiseman's hugely influential High School, Caissy's observational style gives his characters room to breathe, resulting in a quietly compelling and often hypnotic account of how burgeoning identities are formed and the prudent role of the educator during these formative years. Written by Michael Blyth

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