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La journée avant (2001)

A young man recounts what happened on the day before he was to leave for a trip to the Caribean. A comedy of manners about the surprises fate sometimes has in store.

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David Lussier

Writer:

David Lussier
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Martin Bienvenue Martin Bienvenue ... Steve
Sebastien Roberts ... Max
Geneviève St-Amour Geneviève St-Amour ... Sophie
Mélissa Lussier Mélissa Lussier ... Karine
Éric Lemire Éric Lemire ... Richard
François Olivier François Olivier ... Frank
Melissa Gaboury Melissa Gaboury ... Chantal
Mylène Genest Mylène Genest ... Patricia
Rachel Plummer Rachel Plummer ... Joane
Robert Larocque Robert Larocque ... Salesman
Eric Benton Eric Benton ... Jon
David Lussier David Lussier ... Man in hallway
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A young man recounts what happened on the day before he was to leave for a trip to the Caribean. A comedy of manners about the surprises fate sometimes has in store.

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Comedy

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Country:

Canada

Language:

French

Release Date:

6 April 2001 (Canada) See more »

Also Known As:

The Day Before See more »

Filming Locations:

Montréal, Québec, Canada

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Great job, with no budget!
5 November 2003 | by allezupcascadeSee all my reviews

Although it was shot on a very limited budget, that didn't stop David Lussier (producer-director-writer) to make a very (surprisingly good) movie. The characters are funny and so real that you could put names of people you know on them. Also, lead character (Martin Bienvenue) delivered an amazing performance especially when you know that this film was shot in only 5 days! However, I have to admit that the lead female (Genevieve St-Amour) could have been a little bit more convincing in her role. But, since her breath-taking beauty (she's really amazingly beautiful!) we forget all about her flaws in acting. And to close, it was a great idea to go with blues music for the film. Kudos to all!


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