Spotlight on homegrown cinema
| 90 minutes | 2016
Painter and writer Marc Séguin’s first incursion into cinema where revenge, rage, love and beauty commingle. Art dealer Alice is haunted by the suffering inflicted on her mother’s Inuit people. As she and her sisters travel back and forth between the Far North, Venice, Manhattan and the Vatican, she releases her fury while trying to get a handle on the hunger for revenge that consumes her. For his entirely self-produced directorial debut, painter and writer Marc Séguin brings together Fanny Mallette, Joëlle-Paré Beaulieu, Denys Arcand, Elisapie Isaac and Gaston Lepage in an ode to love where rage and beauty commingle in a vertiginous series of events.
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