Les Nôtres (Our Own)

    Genre
    Drama
  • Runtime
    103 mins
  • Release Date
    2021
  • Countries
    Canada
  • Languages
    French

ANGELIKA’S NOTE

Director Jeanne Leblanc (SOURCE CODE, ON THE ROAD) crafts a gripping, compelling story set on the backdrop of a small Quebec town where appearances are deceptive and the layers of a carefully maintained social varnish end up cracking. Starring Emilie Bierre (A COLONY), Judith Baribeau (MONSIEUR LAZHAR) and Oscar nominee Marianne Farley (MARGUERITE), LES NOTRES centers on the adopted child of the town's emblematic mayor, who finds herself at the center of a scandal that will reveal the true nature of the inhabitants of this peaceful little town.
DIRECTED BY:
Jeanne Leblanc
WRITTEN BY:
Judith Baribeau, Jeanne Leblanc
CAST INCLUDES:
Paul Doucet, Emilie Bierre, Marianne Farley, Judith Baribeau, Leon Diconca Pelletier

SYNOPSIS

To the tight-knit community of Sainte-Adeline, Quebec, Magalie appears as a normal suburban high school sophomore surrounded by friends. But this popular teenage girl is harboring a shocking secret: she’s pregnant. When Magalie refuses to identify the father, suspicions among the townsfolk come to a boiling point and the layers of a carefully maintained social varnish eventually crack.

Les Nôtres (Our Own)

    Genre
    Drama
  • Runtime
    103 mins
  • Release Date
    2021
  • Countries
    Canada
  • Languages
    French
DIRECTED BY
Jeanne Leblanc
WRITTEN BY
Judith Baribeau, Jeanne Leblanc
CAST INCLUDES
Paul Doucet, Emilie Bierre, Marianne Farley, Judith Baribeau, Leon Diconca Pelletier
Director Jeanne Leblanc (SOURCE CODE, ON THE ROAD) crafts a gripping, compelling story set on the backdrop of a small Quebec town where appearances are deceptive and the layers of a carefully maintained social varnish end up cracking. Starring Emilie Bierre (A COLONY), Judith Baribeau (MONSIEUR LAZHAR) and Oscar nominee Marianne Farley (MARGUERITE), LES NOTRES centers on the adopted child of the town's emblematic mayor, who finds herself at the center of a scandal that will reveal the true nature of the inhabitants of this peaceful little town.

To the tight-knit community of Sainte-Adeline, Quebec, Magalie appears as a normal suburban high school sophomore surrounded by friends. But this popular teenage girl is harboring a shocking secret: she’s pregnant. When Magalie refuses to identify the father, suspicions among the townsfolk come to a boiling point and the layers of a carefully maintained social varnish eventually crack.