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Mon Oncle Antoine (Widescreen)

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9786312104964 Claude Jutra's evocative portrait of a boy's coming of age in wintry 1940s rural Quebec has been consistently cited by critics and scholars as the greatest Canadian film of all time. Delicate, naturalistic and tinged with a striking mix of n

Synopsis:

Follows the happenings of a struggling QuGebec mining town during Christmas in the 1940s through the eyes of a fifteen-year-old boy.

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UPC:
00715515030823
Studio:
Image Entertainment
Subject:
Teenage boys
Credits:
Gagnon, Jacques
Subject:
Quâebec
Subject:
Thetford Mines
Subject:
Drama
Subject:
Asbestos mines and mining.
Subject:
Quâebec (Province)
Subject:
Christmas
Subject:
Thetford-Mines (Quâebec)
Subject:
Coming-of-age films.
Subject:
Christmas films.
Subject:
Motion pictures, Canadian.
Subject:
Foreign films.
Subject:
Canada
Subject:
Fiction films.
Subject:
Feature film.
Publication Date:
2008-07-08
Binding:
DVD
Rating:
UN
Language:
French
DVD Features:
Color, Widescreen
Region:
US and Canada

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