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This movie is extremely slow and kind of boring, political correctness again
This is slow and empty (somewhere) like many of the Quebec movies and this is what is plaguing the Quebec movies these recent years.
Emotions and slowness, the will to be "artsy" I guess
This is like a 99% rule, they are all monkeying "small repertory" cinema (I guess) and this is plaguing this scene. We don't want to pay for that kind of movies, we prefer when it's more dynamic. It is something they lost on their way, 15 years ago approximately.
They are obsessed by 'deepness' but it turn out being "numbness". This ingredient represent almost 90% of every movies in Quebec
Red violin , by the same director/writer was absolutely great, not one single boring moment. This was 20 years ago, my guess is that the foundings was not from the same source, before the source was more open, and now it must have been the Canadian founded government source which equals to Trudeau's multiculturalism that praise a "post nationalist" country, in other words complacent to the globalists).
Recent movies in Quebec are numb in the core. To me they look like they are on anti-psychosis: they are numbed. Not that one particularly, but this one has this problem too. The pace is too slow, it wants too much to be doo deep.
In their mind (Canada funded movies) Quebec's identity must be repressed, to instead favoritize globalism. They're all "whispering" their identity (somehow).
By the way I love the indians, I love the warriors, a lot. I also love the French europeans.
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