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Danielle Proulx

Danielle Proulx

Quebec actress
October 12, 1952 (71 years old)
in theaters starting November 8th 2024 (QC)
Can. 2024. Dramatic comedy by Alain Chicoine with Christine Beaulieu, Véronique Cloutier, Patrick Hivon. Christmas preparations turn into a nightmare for a mother of three, who shares custody with her ex-husband.

The Far Shore

V.O.: Dérive
Can. 2018. Drama by David Uloth with Éléonore Loiselle, Maéva Tremblay, Mélissa Désormeaux-Poulin. Burdened by the debts left by her late husband, a mother doesn’t realize that her two daughters are in serious trouble.
Runtime: 104 min.
Can. 2011. Drama by Philippe Falardeau with Mohamed Fellag, Sophie Nélisse, Émilien Néron. An Algerian awaiting refugee status is tricked into replacing a Montreal teacher who hanged herself in her Grade Six classroom.
Runtime: 95 min.

Stay With Me

V.O.: Reste avec moi
Can. 2010. Drama by Robert Ménard with Gérard Poirier, Maxim Roy, Danielle Proulx. In Montreal, the destinies of several individuals intersect as they try to overcome all sorts of trials.
Runtime: 100 min.
Can. 2010. Documentary by Hélène Duchemin with Sylvie Legault, Danielle Proulx, Alain Zouvi.
Runtime: 109 min.
Can. 2008. Science-fiction by Kim Nguyen with Céline Bonnier, Roy Dupuis, Jean-Nicolas Verreault. A young woman tries to understand the strange behavior of her husband, a truffle picker newly hired by a mysterious company.
Runtime: 75 min.
Can. 2008. Drama by Simon Lavoie with Émile Proulx-Cloutier, Raymond Cloutier, Danielle Proulx. In 1944, a journalist tries to shed light on the circumstances surrounding the death of a runaway conscript who was shot by federal police officers.
Runtime: 110 min.
Can. 2005. Chronicle by Michel Poulette with Danielle Proulx, Luc Proulx, Catherine Allard. A young woman interviews a pianist who has written a novel obviously inspired by the events that affected her family in the 1960s and 70s.
Runtime: 168 min.
Can. 2005. Chronicle by Jean-Marc Vallée with Marc-André Grondin, Michel Côté, Danielle Proulx. Born in 1960 in a Montreal suburb, a young man who denies his homosexual impulses seeks his father's approval.
Runtime: 129 min.
Fr. 1998. Mores comedy by Nicolas Ribowski with Roger Hanin, Astrid Veillon, Marcel Maréchal. Because his young wife left with a shepherd, a baker refuses to knead bread.
Runtime: 126 min.
Can. 1992. Psychological drama by Alain Chartrand with Jessica Barker, Danielle Proulx, Roger Léger. A mother focuses all her energy on healing her daughter who has leukemia.

Longing for Eternity

V.O.: Portion d'éternité
Can. 1989. Social drama by Robert Favreau with Danielle Proulx, Marc Messier, Patricia Nolin. An executive of the Ministry of Health investigates the activities of a laboratory specialized in genetic engineering.
Runtime: 96 min.

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