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Twice a women(2010)

Twice a women(2010)

Twice a women(2010)

Twice a women(2010)

Twice a women(2010)

Synopsis

Twice a Woman is the story of Catherine, who, after her violent husband puts her life in serious danger one night, decides to run away with her son and start a new life under a fresh identity.

From the strait-laced suburbs, she travels to backwoods northern Quebec. From fear, she moves through confidence to hope. Catherine, now Sophie, untangles the complex web of identity and desire that make up the life of a single woman, marginalized and learning to embrace life.

During her painful transition, the mother, hoping to regain the affection of her damaged son, does everything she can to avoid a tragic outcome. She will have to dig her heels in and fight with strength and dignity. It’s a battle, a war she needs to win.

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<ix>With<ix>
<ix>Évelyne Rompré<ix>
<ix>Étienne Laforge<ix>
<ix>Marc Béland<ix>
<ix>David Boutin<ix>

<ix>Direction / script /<ix>
<ix>production<ix>

<ix>François Delisle<ix>


<ix>Cinematography<ix>
<ix>Mathieu Laverdière<ix>

<ix>Sound<ix>
<ix>François Grenon<ix>

<ix>Production designer<ix>
<ix>Geneviève Lizotte<ix>

<ix>Editing<ix>
<ix>Pascale Paroissien<ix>

<ix>Music<ix>
<ix>The States Project<ix>

<ix>Line producer<ix>
<ix>Joceline Genest<ix>

<ix>Format<ix>
<ix>35 mm scope, colour<ix>

<ix>Running time<ix>
<ix>94 minutes<ix>

<ix>Year<ix>
<ix>2010<ix>

<ix>International sales<ix>
<ix>and distribution in Canada<ix>

<ix>FunFilm Distribution<ix>

Festivals

<ix>Busan International Film Festival<ix>


<ix>Chicago International Film Festival<ix>


<ix>Festival du nouveau cinéma<ix>


<ix>Mumbai International Film Festival <ix>


<ix>Sao Paulo International Film Festival<ix>


<ix>Mannheim-Heidelberg International Film Festival<ix>


<ix>Boston International Film Festival<ix>

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Prizes & Nominations

<ix>Prix Jutra 2011<ix>
<ix>Nomination: Meilleure actrice pour Évelyne Rompré<ix>

<ix>Prix Jutra 2011<ix>
<ix>Nominations: Best actress for Évelyne Rompré and best makeup for Mélanie Turcotte and Mario Soucy<ix>

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