Entre Les Mains De Michel Tremblay

Release Information
October 23, 2006
Montreal (Festival International du Nouveau Cinema et des Nouveau Medias de Montreal)
Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC)
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Production Details

Producer
Sylvie Gagné
Sylvie Gagné
Director
Adrien Wills
Writer
Marie-Christine Letourneux
Marie-Christine Letourneux
52 minutes, 2005

Documentary about the playwright Michel Tremblay. The documentary looks at the importance of his plays, including Les Belles-Soeurs, in the emergence of theater slang and Quebecois identity. It also discusses his work as opening the door for women to have a place as theatrical subjects.. The importance of his work in other countries such as Japan and Scotland, is also addressed. These different topics are broached in interviews with Michel Tremblay, the actors who played his roles, the translators of his work, and directors who have adapted it. We also find Rita Lafontaine interpreting various scenes in the character of Nana.

Source: Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC)

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