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The Demons (2015)

Les démons (original title)
Not Rated | | Drama | 30 October 2015 (Canada)
A young boy begins to experience the adult world as he enters adolescence.

Director:

Philippe Lesage

Writer:

Philippe Lesage
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Édouard Tremblay-Grenier Édouard Tremblay-Grenier ... Félix
Pier-Luc Funk ... Ben
Vassili Schneider ... François
Sarah Mottet Sarah Mottet ... Emmanuelle
Laurent Lucas ... Marc
Pascale Bussières ... Claire
Victoria Diamond ... Rébecca
Yannick Gobeil-Dugas Yannick Gobeil-Dugas ... Mathieu
Alfred Poirier Alfred Poirier ... Alexandre
Mathis Thomas Mathis Thomas ... Patrick
Théodore Pellerin ... David
Bénédicte Décary ... Nicole
Rose-Marie Perreault ... Stéphanie
Milya Corbeil-Gauvreau Milya Corbeil-Gauvreau ... Sophie (as Milya Corbeille-Gauvreau)
Jean-Luc Terriault Jean-Luc Terriault ... Max
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Montréal is in the midst of a series of kidnappings of young boys, and Félix, at ten, is just finishing up the year at school. Gradually, his "imaginary demons" start to reflect those of the remarkably troubling and disruptive world around him. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

Canada

Language:

French

Release Date:

30 October 2015 (Canada) See more »

Also Known As:

Los demonios See more »

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2.39 : 1
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St Matthew Passion, Wir setzen uns mit tränen nieder
Written by Johann Sebastian Bach
Performed by Wolfgang Gönnenwein
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Quebecer scenarists looks like they are now all fascinated by boringness
16 May 2017 | by jpgougouhSee all my reviews

Oh my... another long and fake profound movie from north American Quebecers. It seems that these recent years countless movie creators from Quebec have been fascinated by the idea that a movie must have fake deepness in it to be good for the viewers. They use long and useless texts between actors to achieve that, and sometimes they even just do nothing. It looks like they really want us to be capture how "deep" or I must say rather "boring" the lives of the actors are, this movie is no exception to this approach. Long, dull, false deepness. Acting that is more dull than any moment of my entire existence. It could feel like a prison where the viewers are forced to wait and feel all the boring "numbness" of every moments in the movie.

Again: Recent Quebecer scenarists looks like they are now fascinated by boringness. It must give a profound vibe to their boring movies


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