Three elderly hermits live in the woods. While wildfires threaten the region, their quiet life is about to be shaken by the arrival of two women - A story of intertwined destinies, where love can happen at any age.
A government ministry's fast-rising head of security asks a shadowy fixer, Meursault, to steal a bag from an armored truck. Meursault goes to Théo, a former night club owner, in prison for ... See full summary »
Walrus-like warden, Sven "Swede" Sorenson, a cross between Bluto and Wimpy, runs the prison, murders convicts who escape, and has the FBI on his trail in the form of agent Karen Polarski, ... See full summary »
In a small town on Quebec's Gaspé peninsula in 1936, a young man returns home after a five-year absence. A hit with the local ladies but not with the object of his heart's desire, the town is thrown into turmoil as rape and murder ensues.
A city neighborhood is frightened by a strangler and a voyeur. The police detectives, headed by Léopold Latour, are not very efficient in their investigations, though detective Édouard Lambert does a little sleuthing on his own.
In this comedy and science fiction mix, Lou, having a hard time making ends meet with his minimum-wage job distributing circulars with the particular duo of Steve and Bozo, decides to lend himself out as a guinea pig to a laboratory led by an unsettling Dr. Lucas. Lou winds up a test subject for the batty Dr. Jonas, ingesting the pills she designed driven by her belief that one's intelligence can artificially be enhanced significantly through chemistry. Tests on Lou look good, nothing but positive, but then a pesky side-effect rears its head - Meanwhile, worried, Steve and Bozo go in search of an absent Lou, eventually finding themselves "in the belly of the dragon" (the translation of the French-Canadian title), having sneaked into the laboratory through its basements and the curious secrets they hold.Written by