Quebec films of the summer

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<p>Summer is always synonymous with big cinema releases. After several postponements of film launches, our theaters are picking up the pace and hoping to take advantage of the prosperous season to attract moviegoers. One thing is certain, there will be no shortage of interesting titles. Here are some feature films from here that we are looking forward to. </p>
<p><strong><em>The City of a Dream</em></strong> </p>
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<p>The presence of Jeanne Mance hovers over the work of director Annabel Loyola. The hidden memories of the pioneer nurse are at the heart of this new documentary that fantasizes about a different and more human Montreal. A unique journey between yesterday and today, from which come the figures of Pascale Bussières and Alexis Martin.  <strong>Released May 27</strong></p>
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My brother's wifehad amazed the cinema planet in 2019. For her second production, Monia Chokri transposes the play by Catherine Léger (who signs the screen adaptation) focusing on the vagaries of a couple in the midst of an existential crisis. While Monsieur (Patrick Hivon) tries to atone for a mistake by writing letters of apology to women, Madame (Monia Chokri) must find a way to exist outside of motherhood. A magical and colorful tale, with hilarious dialogues. Released June 3

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Coda: Life With Music  


Shot in Montreal and directed by Claude Lalonde from a screenplay by Louis Godbout, this inspiring opus about a stage-stricken pianist offers a fine role to Patrick Stewart (yes, yes, that of Star Trek > and X-Men), which stars Katie Holmes.  Releasing June 3 

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<p><strong><em>The Men's Lake</em></strong> </p>
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<p>A family heals its wounds around fishing in this documentary moving by Marie-Geneviève Chabot, which allows sons to confront their father who has been absent for too long. When speech frees.  <strong>Released on</strong> <strong>June 10</strong> </p>
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No fighting in my cabin


In line with Tales for alltakes shape this family film on the daily life of Justine (Charlotte St-Martin), 12, who tries to resolve the tension that reigns at home by creating her own court with her friends. Isabelle Blais and Pierre-Luc Brillant, who give him the reply, will only have to behave well. A first production for Sandrine Brodeur-Desrosiers, which she co-wrote with Maryse Latendresse.  Released on June 10 

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Arsenault & son 


A decade after the triumph of Truck, filmmaker Rafaël Ouellet reconnects with the family drama. His new storyline appears much darker, however, as a tight-knit clan becomes embroiled in illicit activities. It emanates from James Gray in this nuanced portrait of the human condition and the conflicting relationships between two brothers (Guillaume Cyr and Pierre-Paul Alain) at a crossroads. The five-star cast also includes Karine Vanasse, Luc Picard, Micheline Lanctôt and Julien Poulin, an unwavering patriarch. Released June 17 

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Lines of Flight 


Catherine Chabot has the wind in her sails. Assisted in the production by Miryam Bouchard (Mon cirque à moi) and the screenplay by Émile Gaudreault (De père en flic), she adapted her own play, which is about the reunion between three high school friends. After a festive start, the rest of the evening promises to be much more explosive. At the game, the revelation of the feature film Liarforms a spicy trio alongside Mariana Mazza and Léane Labrèche-Dor.  Released on July 6 

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Both a prolific hitman and a police informer, Gérald Gallant is no exception. Filmmaker Luc Picard and screenwriter Sylvain Guy (Mafia Inc., Louis Cyr) attempt to unlock the secrets of the notorious criminal in this dark and violent drama, inspired by ;a true story. The director interprets the main role and he is surrounded by a castconcrete bringing together Éveline Gélinas, Maxim Gaudette, Sandrine Bisson, Catherine De Léan and David La Haye, this one slipping into the skin of an unforgettable character.  Released July 20 

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This is Maripier Morin's great return to cinema, four years after The Fall of the American Empire, by Denys Arcand. She takes on the features of a Minister of Culture in the most recent feature film by Mariloup Wolfe. The screenplay by Marie Vien addresses the power of the image, and it also stars Gilbert Sicotte, Paul Ahmarani and Benoît Brière.  Released on August 5

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The Cheaters 


Summer rhymes with golf. The one that is played between friends. But what to do when a stranger joins the game and starts asking a lot of questions? It’s the canvas of this camera in the open air which seems to drink from the sources of satire and which counts in its ranks Christine Beaulieu, Benoît Gouin, Alexandre Goyette and Steve Laplante (already in the credits of Babysitter). If we must trust his previous creation, Mont Foster (2020), Louis Godbout will have fun with his script to shatter appearances.  Released on< /strong> August 12 

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A Summer Like This 

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The summer season promises to be hot, like the new film by Denis Côté, which had its world premiere in Berlin in February. Gathered in a nursing home, three women (Larissa Corriveau, Laure Giappiconi and Aude Mathieu) talk about their sexuality and their discomfort. It is not the images but the words that dominate the story, benefiting from the unique prose of its author, who constantly surprises moviegoers with extraordinary UFOs.  Released August 19  

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You will remember me 

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This adaptation of François Archambault's play about a historian who loses his memory was due to hit theaters on March 20, 2020. Its release has been postponed many times indefinitely due to the pandemic, but it does not t has not however been forgotten: the work is finally announced for this summer. Director Éric Tessier notably invited Rémy Girard, Julie Le Breton, Karelle Tremblay and France Castel for the occasion.  Release date to be confirmed 

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