Angelique’s Isle

Director: Michelle Derosier, Marie-Hélène Cousineau Year: 2018 Run Time: 90min
Angelique's Isle (2018)

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.


Director(s):

Michelle Derosier, Marie-Hélène Cousineau

Writer(s):

James R. Stevens, Michelle Derosier

Producer(s):

Floyd Kane, Dave Clement, Amos Adetuyi, Michelle Derosier

Cast:

Charlie Carrick, Julia Jones, Tantoo Cardinal, Aden Young

Genre(s):

Drama

Language(s):

English

Ratings by Province:

NR Alberta
NR British Columbia
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NR New Brunswick
NR Newfoundland and Labrador
NR Nova Scotia
NR Northwest Territories
NR Nunavut
14A Ontario
NR Prince Edward Island
NR Québec
NR Saskatchewan
NR Yukon