Edition 1992107' - 1974 - Historical, Drama - Dialogue: French, English
Director: Michel Brault Composer: Phillippe Gagnon
October 1970. Montreal. The British Commercial Attaché is kidnapped. Five days later a cabinet minister is also kidnapped. The Quebec Liberation Front issues a manifesto, claiming responsibility for the kidnappings. They demand that their text be read on the national radio and television networks. During the night of October 10th, the federal government invokes the War Measures Act and puts Quebec under martial law. Based on statements by some 50 persons incarcerated under these circumstances, the film describes the experiences of the victims ...
Director of Photography
Michel Brault, Michel Brault, François Protat
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