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Quiconque meurt, meurt à douleur Robert Morin

This film takes a head-on look at the difficulty of cohabiting. Society’s lack of acceptance of marginal groups is felt on both sides of the camera. The subjective camera plays with the codes of reality and fiction. Directed as a shock documentary, played by people with drug addictions, Quiconque meurt, meurt à douleur uses self-filming to accentuate the truth of its portrayal. Released a year before The Blair Witch Project, Morin’s film is a tour de force that has shaken many.
— Simon Plouffe

This screening is presented for free as part of our anniversary section Doc-to-doc : 25 years of Encounters

The screening of the restaurated print of the film is made possible by Éléphant : mémoire du cinéma québécois

Presented by Télé-Québec

Quiconque meurt, meurt à douleur

  • Country : Canada (Quebec)
  • Year : 1998
  • V.O : French
  • Duration : 90 MIN
  • Cinematography : Jean-Pierre St-Louis
  • Editing : Lorraine Dufour
  • Production : Lorraine Dufour
  • Music : Guy Leblanc
  • Sound Design : Marcel Chouinard
  • Sound Design : Louis Dupire
Filmography of Robert Morin :

Requiem pour un beau sans-coeur (1992)
Yes Sir! Madame... (1994)
Journal d'un coopérant (2009)
Le Problème d'infiltration (2017)
7 paysages (2022)

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