Paul is a cartoonist who lives with his girlfriend and their little daughter in Montreal in the summer of 1999. His in-laws, the Beaulieus, are a large, joyful clan composed of siblings, ...
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A few years after they infiltrated a therapy program for fathers and sons, Marc Laroche is having some issues with his girlfriend Alice and Jacques is experiencing intense denial towards the fact that he is growing older.
« Le Mirage » is the perspective of a man in his thirties asking himself "what am I chasing?" Our society has become all about consumerism, if not excess. Success is determined by what and ... See full summary »
They are father and son. They are both cops. And they are about to work together as a team. Trouble is... neither can stand the sight of the other. Jacques and Marc have been paired up in ... See full summary »
In 1987, Ricardo is 17. That summer, he has a busy schedule: lose his virginity, find a way to get into bars, have a car, spend time with friends. To make money fast, Ricardo decides to ... See full summary »
Fanny est une adolescente de 16 ans comme les autres. Elle rêve d'aventure et d'émancipation, adore la danse et vit une première histoire d'amour. Un beau jour, elle croise Natacha qui lui ... See full summary »
On the fringe of society in a remote part of the French-Canadian countryside, the fragile relationship and unusual private life of a father and daughter is jeopardized by dreary, unforeseen circumstances.
Paul is a cartoonist who lives with his girlfriend and their little daughter in Montreal in the summer of 1999. His in-laws, the Beaulieus, are a large, joyful clan composed of siblings, grandchildren and a much loved patriarch named Roland who constantly reminds Paul that he has yet to marry his daughter. When Roland fades with ill health, the family bands together and Paul projects his own devotion by doodling several portraits of his ailing father-in-law.Written by
Les éditions de la Pastèque, the publishing house of the books of Michel Rabagliati sent another artist Cyril Doisneau to do a book of drawings on the 31 days of shooting of the movie based on Paul à Québec and other comic novels by Rabagliatti. The book is called '31 jours de tournage' See more »
The scene when Paul have moved can read on the window of Troc Fox movies in Blu Ray, a video format that did not exist in 1999. See more »