Lilies

Director: John Grayson Year: 1996 Run Time: 96min

John Grayson's most famous film  Lilies is set in a Quebec prison in 1952. The local bishop is brought to the prison to hear the confession of Simon Doucet, a dying inmate. But Doucet in fact has a very different revelation for Bilodeau: he has enlisted his fellow inmates to stage a play set in 1912, when Bilodeau and Doucet were childhood friends, which also tells the tale of his own incarceration.


Director(s):

John Grayson

Writer(s):

Linda Gaboriau, Michel Marc Bouchard

Producer(s):

Anna Stratton, Robin Cass, Arnie Gelbart

Cast:

Jason Cadieux, Danny Gilmore, Aubert Pallascio, Ian Clark, Marcel Sabourin

Genre(s):

Drama, Sci-Fi/Fantasy

Language(s):

English

Ratings by Province:

NR Alberta
NR British Columbia
R Manitoba
R New Brunswick
NR Newfoundland and Labrador
R Nova Scotia
NR Northwest Territories
NR Nunavut
R Ontario
R Prince Edward Island
13+ Québec
NR Saskatchewan
NR Yukon