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Mon Oncle Antoine (The Criterion Collection)
Mon Oncle Antoine is Claude Jutra's masterpiece: A poignant, starkly honest, but humane film, shot through with authenticity from beginning to end. Realized with an unflagging artistic vision, Mon Oncle Antoine poetically portrays a young boy's coming of age, vividly capturing the 1940s Quebec mining town in which he lives. Along with winning many awards in the 33 years since its release, this film has also left a visible influence on succeeding generations of Canadian filmmakers like Atom Egoyan. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This movie is very special to me since it was filmed mostly in my hometown.Published 1 month ago by Richard Lapointe