Hunting the Northern Godard

SYNOPSIS

In 1968, an internationally renowned French film director unexpectedly lands in Abitibi, in the northwest of Québec, to conduct political and mass-media experiments. This event fuels the revolutionary tendencies of Michel, a local young man, and the desire to travel the world of Marie, his girlfriend.

After meeting Paul, a Montrealer part of the film director’s predominantly French crew, the couple embark on a social and identity quest through an entirely new technology: video. Personal conflicts result from theirs acts and encounters, leading Marie to ultimately ask herself, should I stay or should I go?

Sophie Desmarais

Alexandre Castonguay

Martin Dubreuil

DIRECTOR
Eric Morin

PRODUCERS
David Pierrat, Olivier Picard, Patrick Zaloum, Félix St-Jacques

SCREENWRITER
Eric Morin

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Louis-Philippe Blain

ART DIRECTOR
Marie-Hélène Lavoie

EDITOR
Jonathan Tremblay

ORIGINAL MUSIC
Philippe B et The Breastfeeders

SOUND
Yann Cleary

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Genre : Drama
Format : Canada – French – 100 min – 2013

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