26 April 2002 | KidKodak
A great cast
This is one of Robert Morin's best, along with "Quiconque Meurt, Meurt À Douleur". Gildor Roy offers what I consider to be his best performance ever as Regis Savoie, a dangerous criminal on the loose after breaking out of prison. The character is loosely based on Richard Blass, a well-known criminal in Quebec. In "Requiem", Robert Morin uses camera angles and movements that strongly reflect his video roots. He also has different characters narrate parts of the story, each of them telling their little tidbit of story as seen through their eyes. The casting his what really sets this movie appart. The cast is simply perfect. Even smaller parts are not neglected. This is probably due to the unusual storyline. Since even smaller characters got to narrate the story, Morin took special care to be sure they did a good job.