Boris Without Beatrice

Berlinale 2016
Competition

Boris Without Beatrice

A Film by Denis Côté

2016 - Canada - Comedy/Drama - 1.85 DCP - 93 min.

Language: French
Produced by Sylvain Corbeil

Boris Malinovsky has achieved all of his life goals: he’s strong willed, independent, proud, and arrogant. After his wife Beatrice falls into a mysterious depression, Boris indulges in a love affair with his colleague Helga. When a mystical stranger appears Boris must confront his world view and put his achievements and his certainties to the test.

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