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Title year:1994
Original dialogue(s):French
Running time:75 min sec
Copyright:Coopérative de Production Vidéoscopique de Montréal
Description:In his living room, Earl Tremblay gives commentary on a home movie whose reels he changes on a regular basis: the film of his life. The son of a Francophone father and Anglophone mother, he tells his life story through the dual words of his ancestry. From the shores of the Gaspé to the jungles of Montreal, Earl bears witness to his fundamental duality, his Canadian “schizophrénie” which he carries like a torch burning within him.

Credited as:
Director(s):Robert Morin
Screen writer(s):Robert Morin

Credited as:
Producer(s):Lorraine Dufour

Credited as:
Editor(s):Robert Morin
Photography:Robert Morin
Location sound mixer(s):Robert Morin
Lorraine Dufour


Release:unknown/inconnuNovember 30, 1994

CFFD Reference No.: 2626