Le vieux pays où Rimbaud est mort (1977)

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A middle-aged man travels to France and is discouraged by the attitudes of the people concerning his native land until he meets and begins relationships with two lonely women.


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22 November 2003 | credmond
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| Explores France's abandonment of Quebec
It's too bad this film isn't better constructed, because the idea of it is very promising.

Middle-aged Abel goes to France from Quebec to explore what was at one time considered the "homeland" only find that nobody understands his "strange accent," has little opinion of Quebec and isn't at all sympathetic to their then plight to become a sovereign nation. It deals with the issue of abandonment from the country in both metaphors and literal expressions throughout the narrative, something many films from Quebec have always done on an abstract level.

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