Gabrielle is a young woman with Williams syndrome who has a contagious joie de vivre and an exceptional musical gift. Since she met her boyfriend Martin, at the recreation centre where they are choir members, they have been inseparable. However, because they are "different," their loved ones are fearful of their relationship. As the choir prepare for an important music festival, Gabrielle does everything she can to gain her independence. As determined as she is, Gabrielle must still confront other people's prejudices as well as her own limitations in the hope of experiencing a love far from the "ordinary".
- Stars:Gabrielle Marion-Rivard, Alexandre Landry, Mélissa Désormeaux-Poulin, Vincent-Guillaume Otis, Benoît Gouin, Sébastien Ricard, Marie Gignac, Isabelle Vincent, Robert Charlebois, Véronique Beaudet, Bruce Dinsmore, Gregory Charles, Maxime Allard,
- Director:Louise Archambault,
- Writer:Louise Archambault
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(gb) wrote: The same story between USA and Iraq. There is just one exception, Seediq Bale's were born as a hunter and they are survivers. Beside this policy, I really liked the sense. And of course the great Taiwan sights...
(ru) wrote: A great twisted story with some great acting by Cruz and others. The plot could have been straightened out a bit to make it easier to follow and understand. I rate it five star.
(jp) wrote: Loved it. OPEN YOUR EYES LADIES, DON'T PRETEND YOU DON'T SEE THE OBVIOUS!
(us) wrote: Hum I could of sworn I had already reviewed this. It's a great anime
(ru) wrote: I suppose I would enjoy this if I was younger
(gb) wrote: Bland, predictable and shallow telling of the Ted Bundy story. Below par TV acting and very unimaginitve direction makes this a must see for Bumdy completists only
(fr) wrote: The two teen leads give the film both its soul and momentum, and it feels very much grounded in its small-town NS setting (Credit goes to the writer, a New Waterford native). My biggest complaint is that the actors playing the adults - Campbell and Walsh especially - really get pushed to the side, which is too bad considering that they're some of Canada's most talented actors.
(fr) wrote: Preston Sturges's first directorial effort - and apparently the first "written and directed by" credit on screen (although I haven't verified this). Satire, yes, but not as madcap as his features would later get (especially The Palm Beach Story). Here, the world is a place where corruption is simply a matter-of-fact reality and Brian Donlevy (as McGinty) takes it in stride and rises from bum on the street to alderman to mayor to governor (with the help of local boss Akim Tamiroff). Like many features of the day (and films noir to come), the story is told in flashback from an (ironic) point in the future. There's a moral of sorts (or at least Sturges tips his hand to let us see what he really feels) but nothing that gets in the way of the cynicism.