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Anne-Marie Cadieux

Anne-Marie Cadieux

Canadian actor and director
September 23, 1963 (60 years old)
Can. 2023. Mores drama by Sophie Dupuis with Théodore Pellerin, Félix Maritaud, Anne-Marie Cadieux. Engaged in a toxic relationship with a new colleague, a popular Montreal drag queen tries to reconnect with his singer mother, whom he has always idealized.
Runtime: 102 min.

My Mother's Men

V.O.: Les Hommes de ma mère
Can. 2023. Psychological drama by Anik Jean with Léane Labrèche-Dor, Jean-Simon Leduc, Patrick Huard. Following her mother's last wish, a barmaid sets off to ask her five ex-husbands to scatter her ashes in the place most meaningful to each of them.
Runtime: 120 min.

The 12 Tasks of Imelda

V.O.: Les 12 Travaux d'Imelda
Can. 2022. Dramatic comedy by Martin Villeneuve with Martin Villeneuve, Robert Lepage, Michel Barrette. Before her hundredth birthday, a cantankerous widow, manipulative with her children and grandchildren, makes it her mission to put her life back in order.
Runtime: 104 min.
Can. 2018. Drama by Claire Devers with Grégory Gadebois, Monia Chokri, Noah Parker. A teacher living in the country with his wife, takes a delinquent and voyeuristic teenager who had broken into their house without stealing anything under his wing.
Runtime: 114 min.
Can. 2016. Sketches by Éric Tessier, Stéphane E. Roy, Luc Picard, Ricardo Trogi, Jean-Philippe Duval, Micheline Lanctôt, Érik Canuel, Claude Brie, Marc Labrèche with Stéphane E. Roy, Anne-Marie Cadieux, Christian Bégin. The topics discussed in the lecture of a so-called communications expert are illustrated by nine stories, each featuring a member of his audience.
Runtime: 98 min.

The Squealing Game

V.O.: La Chasse au collet
Can. 2016. Thriller by Steve Kerr with Julianne Côté, Paul Doucet, Anne-Marie Cadieux. A sexually inhibited dental hygienist interferes in the life of the director of an online site promoting extramarital encounters.
Runtime: 100 min.
Can. 2015. Drama by Tony Pemberton with Toby Kebbell, Karine Vanasse, Stipe Erceg. The quest for identity of a poet leading three parallel lives that allow him to live through various significant periods of contemporary Russia.
Runtime: 84 min.
Can. 2015. Drama by André Turpin with Sophie Nélisse, Mylène Mackay, Lise Roy. A scientist, whose mother was murdered when she was 12-years-old, tries to make peace with her past at age 25, then at age 60.
Runtime: 84 min.
Can. 2013. Sentimental comedy by Pat Kiely with Sam Huntington, Meaghan Rath, Emmanuelle Chriqui. To save his marriage, a video game designer offers his wife a weekend in a winter lodge, unaware that it is owned by his ex.
Runtime: 92 min.

Deux temps, trois mouvements

V.O.: 2 Temps 3 mouvements
Can. 2013. Drama by Christophe Cousin with Zacharie Chasseriaud, Antoine L'Écuyer, Aure Atika. After accidentally causing the death of a high school student, a French teenager has various experiences with the deceased's best friend.
Runtime: 86 min.
Fr. 2011. Psychological drama by Claude Miller with Marina Hands, James Thierrée, Maya Sansa. While making a film about the Trans-Canada train, a French videographer meets the Aboriginal doctor for whom her late artist husband had left her.
Runtime: 98 min.
Can. 2010. Mores comedy by Jacob Tierney with Emily Hampshire, Jay Baruchel, Scott Speedman. The lives of three tenants in a Montreal apartment building are disrupted by the presence of a serial killer who is rampant in their neighborhood.
Runtime: 100 min.
Can. 2009. Comedy by Jacob Tierney with Jay Baruchel, Emily Hampshire, Michael Murphy. A bright-eyed teenager who believes himself to be the reincarnation of Leon Trotsky tries to found a student union in the public high school to which his father has decided to send him.
Runtime: 113 min.
Can. 2007. Psychological drama by François Delisle with Anne-Marie Cadieux, Laurent Lucas, Marc Béland. A troubled woman is having a hard time after leaving her husband, son, and job to go after her musician lover.
Runtime: 87 min.
Can. 2006. Psychological drama by Pierre Gang with Sonya Salomaa, David Boutin, Brendan Fletcher. The trials and tribulations of a waitress in search of freedom in a dreary New Brunswick town plagued by a serial killer.
Runtime: 92 min.
Can. 2006. Dramatic comedy by Louis Bélanger with Gilles Renaud, Patrick Drolet, Anne-Marie Cadieux. Holed up in a cheap motel, two small-time thugs who disobeyed orders by refusing to burn down a restaurant cause a series of deadly incidents.
Runtime: 84 min.
Can. 2005. Comedy by François Bouvier with Anne-Marie Cadieux, Patrice Robitaille, Sophie Prégent. As she approaches her fortieth birthday, a weather girl faces a personal and professional crisis.

Last Call for Mom

V.O.: Maman Last Call
Can. 2005. Mores comedy by François Bouvier with Sophie Lorain, Patrick Huard, Anne-Marie Cadieux. A 37-year-old journalist and ardent feminist finds her life turned upside down when she learns she is pregnant.
Runtime: 102 min.

Happiness Is a Sad Song

V.O.: Le Bonheur c'est une chanson triste
Can. 2004. Psychological drama by François Delisle with Anne-Marie Cadieux, Miro, Frédérick de Grandpré. An unemployed advertising executive decides to conduct a survey on happiness among people on the street.
Runtime: 84 min.

Far Side of the Moon

V.O.: La Face cachée de la lune
Can. 2003. Dramatic comedy by Robert Lepage with Robert Lepage, Marco Poulin, Anne-Marie Cadieux. When his mother dies, a philosophy student fascinated by the conquest of space tries to get closer to his brother, a weatherman he finds to be superficial and dishonest.
Runtime: 106 min.

How My Mother Gave Birth to Me During Menopause

V.O.: Comment ma mère accoucha de moi durant sa ménopause
Can. 2002. Mores comedy by Sébastien Rose with Paul Ahmarani, Micheline Lanctôt, Lucie Laurier. The romantic and family problems of a 30-year-old student who still lives with his domineering mother and sister.
Runtime: 99 min.
Can. 1998. Mores drama by Charles Binamé with Pascale Montpetit, Guy Nadon, Anne-Marie Cadieux. To break her isolation, a young woman offers to give an hour of her time to various strangers.
Can. 1998. Satire by Robert Lepage with Anne-Marie Cadieux, Alexis Martin, Richard Fréchette. In October 1970, a theatre actress on tour in Japan is reluctant to tell her friend, an FLQ sympathizer, that she is pregnant.
Runtime: 85 min.

The Confessional

V.O.: Le Confessionnal
Runtime: 100 min.

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