In a radicalized, right-wing Quebec, three male characters of different backgrounds and generations inextricably united by a greater cause investigate a disappearance. A poignant, existential tale.
In a province not so distant from ours, now controlled by a far-right government, the borders are closed and immigrants, now under threat, are desperate to get out. A Haitian woman hands over her young son to a thirty-something Quebec man before fleeing. With help from a Vietnamese former refugee, they try to solve the mystery. After Oscillations (FNC 2017), Ky Nam Le Duc here makes further inroads into his quest to diversify our cinematic landscape. A delicately sketched, enigmatic work,...
| 112 minutes | 2019
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