The Wild Bunch
| 80 minutes | 2016
The beautiful if complicated love story between an invisible boy and a blind girl. A phantasmagorical fairytale or the sensitive reappropriation of a sublime sensibility. What does it mean to see when love is pure? If Terrence Malick were to direct a fantasy tearjerker, bizarrely allegorical and loaded with eroticism, the result would probably be Mon ange. Nothing if not a challenge, filming the invisible in every sense of the word... Narrative simplicity as a way of rediscovering the magic of cinema.CANADIAN PREMIERE
Quebec has its own bona fide zombie film at last! It’s got it all – smarts, dread, gallows humour and Marc-André Grondin to boot. What more can we...
CANADA | 80 minutes | 2017
Love hurts. A comic, sexually charged reflection on remorse and freedom. By HPG, a former X-rated star turned hilariously wacky neo-auteur.Gus is in love...
FRANCE | 80 minutes | 2017
Two sisters fuck and kill in a pornographic extravaganza that puts women front and centre. X-rated cinema that looks for trouble (and finds it). Galaxies...
FRANCE | 80 minutes | 2016
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