La Voce is inspired by Donizetti's opera, Lucia Di Lammermoor, and the Silent Film era. It is a satiric fable that tells the story of Edgar, a butcher who works in slaughterhouse that kills...
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When a man i robbed and stabbed by a junkie, he sees the youth friendship with the perpetrator flashing before his eyes. We see how two bosom friends grew apart to end up in their respective positions.
The earth shook. The sea roared. A far greater disaster followed. And then - There is a small house solitary standing by the seaside. A pigtail-braided girl is living there alone since that... See full summary »
Over presents a crime scene. During the course of 9 wide shots, we watch an intriguing story unfold. What's happened in this quiet neighbourhood? A murder, hit-and-run, an accident? The reality is profound, and deeply unexpected.
Bailee MyKell Cowperthwaite
La Voce is inspired by Donizetti's opera, Lucia Di Lammermoor, and the Silent Film era. It is a satiric fable that tells the story of Edgar, a butcher who works in slaughterhouse that kills pigs on an industrial scale. He loves his job. He loves to sing opera, despite his awful off-key singing voice. And above all he loves Ginette, the stripper of his dreams. However, the day when Edgar is going to ask her to marry him is the day he surprises her with her legs in the air, bedding her boss. The shock is such that he loses his voice and unfortunately finds himself with the voice of a pig from his slaughterhouse. Edgar thought that he had lost the love of his life but it's his own identity that is disintegrating. Yet what if Edgar wasn't the only one suffering from this malady? Can this forsaken soul find love again?Written by
La Voce won the Prix PRIM, the Prix Chantal Pagé Distribution and a Special Mention from the jury for best actor (Miro Lacasse) at the Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois / Gala Prends Ça Court in February 2016. See more »
Television version for Bravo that runs at 14 minutes instead of 22 minutes. See more »