Liberté En Colère, La

Budget
Distributors
National Film Board/Office National du Film

Production Details

Producer
Iolande Cadrin-Rossignol
Iolande Cadrin-Rossignol
Iolande Cadrin-Rossignol
Iolande Cadrin-Rossignol
Iolande Cadrin-Rossignol
Iolande Cadrin-Rossignol
Martin Leclerc
Director
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Iolande Cadrin-Rossignol
Iolande Cadrin-Rossignol
Iolande Cadrin-Rossignol
Iolande Cadrin-Rossignol
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Martin Leclerc
Director of Photography
Martin Leclerc
Martin Leclerc
Martin Leclerc
Martin Leclerc
Martin Leclerc
Martin Leclerc
Martin Leclerc
Martin Leclerc
Martin Leclerc
Martin Leclerc
Martin Leclerc
Martin Leclerc
Martin Leclerc
Martin Leclerc
Martin Leclerc
Martin Leclerc
Martin Leclerc
Martin Leclerc
Martin Leclerc
Martin Leclerc
Martin Leclerc
Writer
Francis Simard
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Iolande Cadrin-Rossignol
Francis Simard
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Martin Leclerc
Editor
Babalou Hamelin
Babalou Hamelin
Babalou Hamelin
Babalou Hamelin
Babalou Hamelin
Babalou Hamelin
Babalou Hamelin
Babalou Hamelin
Babalou Hamelin
Babalou Hamelin
Martin Leclerc
Cast
Charles Gagnon
Robert Comeau
Michel Chartrand
Michel Chartrand
Michel Chartrand
Luc Belisle
Laurier Alarie
Plume Latraverse
Robert Latendresse
Gaston Guy
René Gagnon
René Gagnon
René Gagnon
René Gagnon
René Gagnon
René Gagnon
René Gagnon
René Gagnon
Francis Simard
Pierre Vallieres
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Iolande Cadrin-Rossignol
Francis Simard
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Jean-Daniel Lafond
Martin Leclerc
Martin Leclerc
73 minutes, 1994

They were young and angry, motivated by an ideal that they have not lost, even if they disapprove of the means used at the time by the most extreme among them. What do the names Pierre Vallières, Francis Simard, Charles Gagnon and Robert Comeau mean today to the new generation? They were the protagonists of one of the most difficult periods in our history. We find them a quarter of a century later on the occasion of their first shared account. The debate places men, no longer ideologues, against one another, taking a sensitive look back on the past; they attempt an enlightened analysis of the present and continue to share the ideal of a country to be built. Hearing them, we have a better understanding of what motivated them in their youth and especially how important it is for a people to preserve its historic memory. Their anger, which has scarcely abated in the current state of the world, last of all reminds us of the valuable meaning of the word freedom.

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

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