Jean-François Casabonne, Hugo Giroux, Antoine L'Écuyer, Jeanne Roux-Côté
One autumn day, Germain and his son Mathieu visit their old family home where, twenty years before, a tragedy turned their lives upside down. What happened? Why are they returning to a place that has been abandoned all these years? The pieces of their story come together when Germain comes face to face with Nadeau, the former neighbor who has just been released from prison.
In this bittersweet story of unrequited love, Young-mi is released from jail after helping her secret flame embezzle money from their employer, and is confronted by his belligerent wife on the way out.
Directed by Larry Kent, a Montreal melodrama in the time of Vietnam, class conflict and student protests, starring Claire Pimparé.
Once banned, now celebrated, Larry Kent’s legendary 1963 debut — and Canada’s first underground feature — is given new life in a miraculous new 4K restoration by Canadian International Pictures.