Ville-marie

Toronto 2015
Official Selection
Rome International
Film Festival 2015
Goa International
Film Festival 2015

Ville-marie

A Film by Guy Édoin

2015 - Canada - Drama - DCP - 2.35 - 101 min.

with Monica Bellucci , Pascale Bussières , Aliocha Schneider & Patrick Hivon

Language: French
Produced by Félize Frappier

While shooting a film in Montréal, a French actress tries to mend relations with her son, who has been living there for several years. Having witnessed a disturbing event that reawakened in him the desire to discover who his father is, he is determined to confront his mother to learn the answer. Elsewhere in the city, an ambulance driver tries to keep a hold on his life while a kind-hearted nurse watches over him, in the chaos of the emergency room. The collision of these four leaves their lives changed forever.

Toronto 2015
Official Selection
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Goa International
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