Directed by Loïc Darses
|Version||Original French version, English subtitles|
May 20, 1980. After his father's passing, Raymond Tremblay, tax investigator, begins to suspect the funeral home of fraudulent activities. Accompanied by his daughter, little Lucy, he decides to go investigate in his native Saguenay against the backdrop of a referendum on Quebec's sovereignty.
Themesmourning, father-daughter relationships, death, alcoholism, identity, political election
Loïc Darses is a Montreal-based Québécois filmmaker. His first short documentary, A Woman and Her Car (2015), was shown in Sundance and Rotterdam. He's also directed Where the Land Ends (2019), his first documentary feature, which was screened at Ji.hlava and in closing of the Rendez-Vous Québec Cinéma. Fuckin' Coffin! is his first narrative short.
RAYMOND TREMBLAY: Emmanuel Bilodeau
LA P’TITE LUCIE: Lilou Roy-Lanouette
SON PÈRE: Marcel Sabourin
Mme DESMARAIS: Louise Portal
JUNIOR DESMARAIS: Olivier Aubin
RÉDACTEUR EN CHEF: Martin Dubreuil
Audrey-Ann Dupuis-Pierre (producer), Sylvain Corbeil (executive producer), Catherine Boily (associate producer) - Metafilms
|EDITING||Loïc Darses , Mathieu Bouchard-Malo|
|Sound||Marie-Pierre Grenier, Ken Allaire, Bernard Gariépy Strobl|
|Music||Essaie pas (Marie Davidson, Pierre Guerineau)|
Festival du nouveau cinéma | 2021 | Official Competition