Le crime d'Ovide Plouffe (TV Mini-Series 1984)

TV Mini-Series   |    |  Crime, Drama

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Le crime d'Ovide Plouffe (1984) Poster

Ovide Plouffe has married Rita. She still tries to attract other men even after their marriage. Unhappy Ovide feels for Marie - a young French woman he had met. But his catholic background ... See full summary »



  • Gabriel Arcand in Le crime d'Ovide Plouffe (1984)
  • Gabriel Arcand and Jean Carmet in Le crime d'Ovide Plouffe (1984)
  • Julien Poulin in Le crime d'Ovide Plouffe (1984)
  • Véronique Jannot in Le crime d'Ovide Plouffe (1984)
  • Gabriel Arcand and Anne Létourneau in Le crime d'Ovide Plouffe (1984)
  • Jean Carmet in Le crime d'Ovide Plouffe (1984)

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23 February 2017 | raymond-andre
| Sequel to the popular Plouffe movie
Arcand's direction is in many ways more polished than Gilles Carle's from "Les Plouffe" but the smaller budget shows.

We are shown the post World War Two years in Quebec. The changing morals and fashions. Ovide is still as uptight as he was in the first film. His marriage to the good time girl Rita Toulouse has not brought him the happiness he desired. He is still the Charlie Brown character of the piece.

Lemelin and Arcand try hard to make this into an exciting thriller but fail. There's just not very much to care about. Ovide is not that compelling a character. Gabriel Arcand is a mesmerizing stage actor, but on screen he lacked the charisma to carry the movie to its climax. By the end I really didn't care if he killed his wife or not. Today I don't even remember if he did it or what his fate ultimately was. Lemelin might have done better to follow up with the story of one of the other brothers. Maybe Guillaume.


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French, English

Country of Origin

Canada, France

Filming Locations

Lachine, Québec, Canada

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