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Québec-Montréal (2002)

Québec-Montréal: 250 km of asphalt, nine thirty-something travelers, four cars, one destination. The journey becomes an opportunity to share points of view about life and discuss troubling ... See full summary »

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Ricardo Trogi
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Cast

Credited cast:
Patrice Robitaille ... Rob
Jean-Phillipe Pearson Jean-Phillipe Pearson ... J.P.
Stéphane Breton Stéphane Breton ... Rivard
François Létourneau ... Cossette
Isabelle Blais ... Katherine
Julie LeBreton ... Julie
Pierre-François Legendre ... Pierre-François
Tony Conte ... Demers
Patrick Baby Patrick Baby ... Pelletier
Benoît Gouin ... Michel Gauvin 'Mike Gauvin'
Brigitte St-Aubin Brigitte St-Aubin ... Mylène
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alexandrine Agostini Alexandrine Agostini ... Comptable
Bernard Arene ... Remorqueur
Melanie Beaulne Melanie Beaulne ... Réceptionniste
Lise Charbonneau Lise Charbonneau ... Secrétaire
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Québec-Montréal: 250 km of asphalt, nine thirty-something travelers, four cars, one destination. The journey becomes an opportunity to share points of view about life and discuss troubling questions about existence. Highway 20 forms the backdrops for the sometimes hilarious, sometimes complicated situations between three south-bound friends who discuss ideal love, the quest of romance between two ambiguous office colleagues, the appearance of passion from a pictures perfect couple versus the daily-grind suffered by another young couple and their pending break up. The two hours in transit along the winding thoroughfare of love set a collision course of grating simultaneous reality-checks and deep reflections about where life has taken you and the roads that it will take you on in the future. Written by markyoloup

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L'homme est de feu, la femme est d'étoupe et le diable vient qui souffle en croupe

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Comedy | Romance

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Country:

Canada

Language:

French

Release Date:

October 2002 (Canada) See more »

Also Known As:

Quebec-Montreal See more »

Filming Locations:

Autoroute 20, Québec, Canada See more »

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Budget:

CAD1,900,000 (estimated)
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Go Films See more »
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Color
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Excellent movie about relationships between men and women
15 August 2002 | by glahayeSee all my reviews

This well directed and witty movie relates the stories of many people in their late twenties who travel from Quebec City to Montreal for various reasons and talk about relationships.

The protagonists' paths all cross in ways reminiscent of "Sidewalks of New York". However, the intertwining stories are clearly set in the province of Quebec and francophones from that region will immediately associate with the language and the social references used.

This is the best canadian movie relating the difficulties encountered in relationships since "The Myth of the Male Orgasm". It provides material for laughter and for thought.


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