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    Looking for alexander

    • Year Released: 2004
    Mémoires affectives is a French language Canadian drama film. It was directed and written by Francis Leclerc. Marcel Beaulieu also wrote the script. The film is known as Looking for Alexander in English Canada. A man (Dupuis) wakes from a long coma and experiences disturbing and violent memories.
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    Snow and ashes

    Snow and ashes

    • Year Released: 2010
    Snow and Ashes (French: Neige et cendres) is a 2010 Canadian drama film directed by Charles-Olivier Michaud. It follows the story of Blaise and David, two war correspondents covering an unnamed conflict in eastern Europe. It was awarded by the grand jury award for best narrative feature at the 2010 Slamdance Film Festival. The film won the grand jury award for best narrative feature at the 2010 Slamdance Film Festival and won several other prices, notably the price best foreign language film at the 2010 Mexico City International Film Festival and the grand prix of the best film at the Sonoma Valley Film Festival.
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    The barbarian invasions

    • Year Released: 2003
    The Barbarian Invasions (French: Les Invasions barbares) is a 2003 French Canadian comedy-drama film directed by Denys Arcand. It is the sequel to Arcand's earlier film The Decline of the American Empire and is followed by Days of Darkness. The film was produced by companies from both Canada and France, including Telefilm Canada, Société Radio-Canada and Canal+. It was released in 2003 and won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 76th Academy Awards in 2004. Continuing seventeen years after Arcand's 1986 film The Decline of the American Empire, the film centres on an exploration of the characters first met in the original film and their children, newly introduced. The older generation are still largely social-democrats and proponents of Quebec nationalism, but both political and economic developments after the “Quiet Revolution” of the 1960s, as well as their own aging, make their left-wing stance seem somewhat anachronistic. The plot revolves around the character Rémy's battle with terminal cancer, and the efforts of Sébastien, his estranged son to make his dying father more comfortable in his last days. Finally the father and son travel to Vermont in the United
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    Wolves in the snow

    • Year Released: 2002
    Wolves in the Snow (French: Des chiens dans la neige) is a 2002 film directed by Michel Welterlin.
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