On the coast of the Canadian Gaspé Peninsula one summer, Joseph has moved in with a friend, where he succeeds in getting his ex-wife to accompany him. Against the background of the fiery ...
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JP and Vincent, two brothers from a dysfunctional family, get involved in their uncle's drug cartel. Things quickly start spiraling out of control for Vincent, the younger and more unstable of the two.
The Gamache, tailors from father to son, have been dressing the Mafia family Paternò for three generation. Vince works on behalf of Frank the godfather with his eldest son Giaco. Vince seeks to earn his stripes by impressing the godfather.
A mother struggles to take control of her life in the face of advanced Parkinson's disease, while her son battles his sexual and emotional identity amongst the violence of Alberta's oil field work camps.
L'histoire désarmante de TV, Thierry Vézina, depuis le soir où il accepte de fuguer de sa banlieue aisée de Québec pour sauver son meilleur ami, SAMU, Samuel Bernard. La fugue des deux ... See full summary »
-"Les Inconnus" (The Strangers) tells the surreal stories of characters moving around in the same space in a complex choreography of interlaced paths. The tight human pattern they weave ... See full summary »
Hakeem and A-Mac are like brothers. Together they face immigrant life in Montreal, while 'spotting' cars after school. Boost gives us a glimpse into the awkward adventures of teenage boyhood, then the jolt, when that innocence ends abruptly.
On the coast of the Canadian Gaspé Peninsula one summer, Joseph has moved in with a friend, where he succeeds in getting his ex-wife to accompany him. Against the background of the fiery political rhetoric and violence of the 1995 Quebec independence referendum, the two find love and .. ..Written by
An animated feature film of poetry and powerful images, VILLE NEUVE brings together intimate and collective destinies. Joseph moves into a friend's house and tries to reconnect with the woman who left him. A fragile redemption becomes imaginable, in a Quebec, perhaps, at the dawn of its independence.