Histoires d'hiver (1999)

  |  Drama, Family, Sport

Histoires d'hiver (1999) Poster

An adult Martin Roy reminisces about his life in the 1966/67 school year. At fifteen years old and in his last year of junior high school, he breathed, ate and slept hockey. He collected ... See full summary »



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16 March 2000 | MarioB
| I'm in love with it !
I saw that movie in a movie house in early 1999. I saw it three times in a week! Now that's I can have it on video tape, I surely will watch it many more times, because I'm madly in love with this film! It's very charming, moving, funny. Also, it really captures what it was to be a kid in Quebec in 1966. I know it, because I was the same age of Martin, by this time! I was also a big hockey fan - now I hate that sport! - playing in the streets, buying hockey cards when it was just to see photographes of the players (and not to become a millionnaire collector, like today). I also relate to that film, because it is very similar to my books (I'm an author). By the way, the hockey cards that Martin are showing are exactly the same ones I was buying in 1966: four cards and a gum for five cents. Great time! See this movie, you will smile!

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Release Date:

26 February 1999


French, English

Country of Origin


Filming Locations

Châteauguay, Québec, Canada

Box Office


CAD 2,300,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$33,009 (USA) (26 February 1999)


$138,411 (USA) (7 March 1999)

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