Director: Sébastien Pilote Run Time: 96min Genre(s): Drama
Feeling stifled by the confines of her small town, Leo (Karelle Tremblay) is reluctant to celebrate her 18th birthday, which brings her closer to an adulthood she doesn’t want to confront. Tired of her family nagging her about her future, she rebels against them by striking up a friendship with Steve (Pierre-Luc Brilliant), her much older guitar teacher who still lives in his mother’s basement. She is fascinated by both his musical ability and lack of ambitions to do anything else, which stands in stark contrast from everyone else in her life.
A quiet and poignant exploration of small-town life, this third film from acclaimed Quebecois director Sébastien Pilote claimed the prize for Best Canadian Film at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival.
Venue: Public Library De Sainte-Julie
Date: April 17, 2019
Time: 6:30 PM
Ticket price: Free
Event Primary Language: French
Accessibility: Venue deemed accessible by event host.
Public Library De Sainte-Julie, 1600 Fer-à-cheval, Sainte-Julie, QC, J3E 0A3