One of the most popular Quebec films of its time, the first part of the late Jean-Claude Lord’s trilogy about the exploitation of the masses.
Critically maligned at the time, this dark comedy deserves to be given a second chance on its 20th anniversary.
One of the first independent films in the history of Quebec cinema, combining New Wave cinema, experimental film, and dreamlike, filmic poetry.
Willie Lamothe stars in a film that alternates between drama, thriller, comedy and musical with masterful agility.
The English-language debut of the late Québécois director Jean-Claude Lord, this Montreal-shot slasher hit marks its 40th anniversary this summer.