Ste. Rose Library presents Angelique’s Isle

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Angelique's Isle (2018)

Angelique’s Isle

Director: Michelle Derosier, Marie-Hélène Cousineau Run Time: 90min Genre(s): Drama

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Summary:

In the midst of the 1845 mining boom on the shores of Lake Superior, newlywed Anishinaabe woman Angelique (Julia Jones) agrees to accompany her voyageur husband, on a copper expedition. Left by the rest of the crew to guard a large discovery on a remote island, the couple must survive for weeks dealing with the harsh winter conditions and a quickly dwindling food supply.

As hunger sets in, Angelique – a devout Christian – struggles with her faith and must rely on the teachings she received from her grandmother in order to survive. A testament to the strength and resilience of Indigenous women, Angelique’s Isle also stars Tantoo Cardinal and Aden Young.

Based on the novel Angelique Abandoned by James R. Stevens and the true story of 17-year-old Angelique Mott, Angelique’s Isle is a beautiful and harrowing true tale of perseverance and survival.

Cast: Charlie Carrick, Julia Jones, Tantoo Cardinal, Aden Young
Ratings by province or territory:
Alberta - NR
British Columbia - NR
Manitoba - NR
New Brunswick - NR
Newfoundland and Labrador - NR
Nova Scotia - NR
Northwest Territories - NR
Nunavut - NR
Ontario - 14A
Prince Edward Island - NR
Québec - NR
Saskatchewan - NR
Yukon - NR
Film language(s): English

Venue: Arts and Culture Room at Ste. Rose Library

Date: April 17, 2019

Time: 7:00 PM

Ticket price: Free

Event Primary Language: English

Accessibility: Venue deemed accessible by event host. Wheelchair accessible.

Address:
Arts and Culture Room at Ste. Rose Library, 580 Central Ave., Ste. Rose, MB, R0L 1S0
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