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Jean Lapointe

Jean Lapointe

Canadian politician
December 6, 1935 (November 18, 2022)
Can. 2020. Dramatic comedy by Miryam Bouchard with Jasmine Lemée, Patrick Huard, Sophie Lorain. The teenage daughter of a nomadic clown with libertarian ideals causes an uproar when she expresses her intention to attend a private school.
Runtime: 100 min.

Crying Out

V.O.: À l'origine d'un cri
Can. 2010. Psychological drama by Robin Aubert with Patrick Hivon, Michel Barrette, Jean Lapointe. A troubled young man takes to the road with his grandfather in the hope of finding his father who has run off with the remains of his second wife.
Runtime: 114 min.

The Canadiens, Forever

V.O.: Pour toujours les Canadiens
Can. 2009. Dramatic comedy by Sylvain Archambault with Dhanaé Audet-Beaulieu, Antoine L'Écuyer, Céline Bonnier. A demoralized college ice hockey star catches his breath when he meets a sick child who is passionate about the Montreal Canadiens.
Runtime: 95 min.
Can. 2009. Drama by Charles-Olivier Michaud with Rhys Coiro, David-Alexandre Coiteux, Lina Roessler. Returning wounded from a mission in Eastern Europe, a war correspondent is confronted by his photographer colleague
Runtime: 105 min.

The Last Tunnel

V.O.: Le Dernier Tunnel
Can. 2004. Thriller by Érik Canuel with Michel Côté, Jean Lapointe, Christopher Heyerdahl. Criminals dig a tunnel from the sewers to rob a bank in Old Montreal.
Runtime: 109 min.
Can. 2003. Dramatic comedy by Paul Thinel with Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge, Jean Lapointe, Isabelle Lemme. Cheated by their record company, the members of a young band join forces with a gang of retirees from a steel mill in the middle of restructuring.
Can. 2000. Dramatic comedy by Alain DesRochers with Réal Bossé, François Papineau, Jean Lapointe. Two teenage friends try to find a bottle buried fifteen years ago, in which they had written their plans for the future.
Runtime: 110 min.
Can. 1996. Dramatic comedy by Giles Walker with Olympia Dukakis, Jean Lapointe, Jan Rubes.

The Saracen

V.O.: La Sarrasine
Can. 1991. Social drama by Paul Tana with Enrica Maria Modugno, Tony Nardi, Jean Lapointe. In Montreal, in 1904, a tailor of Sicilian origin is sentenced to death for accidentally killing a French Canadian.
Runtime: 109 min.

An Imaginary Tale

V.O.: Une Histoire inventée
Can. 1990. Sentimental comedy by André Forcier with Jean Lapointe, Louise Marleau, Charlotte Laurier. A woman with multiple lovers and her daughter who has just come out of a relationship both pursue the same trumpet player.
Runtime: 91 min.

Ti-Mine, Bernie and the Gang

V.O.: Ti-Mine, Bernie pis la gang
Can. 1977. Mores comedy by Marcel Carrière with Marcel Sabourin, Jean Lapointe, Rita Lafontaine. A man who took in his brother after he left a religious sect decides to realize their family's long-held dream of moving to Florida with him.
Runtime: 124 min.

J.A. Martin Photographer

V.O.: J.A. Martin photographe
Can. 1976. Mores drama by Jean Beaudin with Marcel Sabourin, Monique Mercure, Jean Lapointe. At the beginning of the twentieth century, an itinerant photographer on an annual tour is forced to take his wife with him.
Runtime: 101 min.
Can. 1976. Mores comedy by André Forcier with Jean Lapointe, Jean-Pierre Bergeron, Sophie Clément. In a working-class neighborhood, while a party is being organized for the local loan shark, some teenagers plot an assassination.
Runtime: 94 min.
Can. 1975. Comedy by Gilles Richer with Jean Lapointe, Andrée Boucher, Guy L'Ecuyer. A fireman who is shy of women becomes the case subject of a psychology student to whom he rents a room.
Runtime: 88 min.

Orders

V.O.: Les Ordres
Can. 1974. Social drama by Michel Brault with Jean Lapointe, Hélène Loiselle, Guy Provost. Portrayal of the fate of five people who were victims of the War Measures Act
Runtime: 112 min.

The Apple, the Stem and the Seeds

V.O.: La Pomme, la queue et les pépins!
Can. 1974. Mores comedy by Claude Fournier with Donald Lautrec, Han Masson, Janine Sutto. An impotent man tries a thousand ways to regain his manhood, while family and friends make light of the situation.
Runtime: 88 min.

O.K.... Laliberté

V.O.: O.K. Laliberté
Can. 1973. Dramatic comedy by Marcel Carrière with Jacques Godin, Luce Guilbeault, Jean Lapointe. Having lost his job and left his wife, a forty-year-old man must adjust to the changes in his life.
Runtime: 112 min.

Two Women in Gold

V.O.: Deux Femmes en or
Can. 1970. Comedy by Claude Fournier with Monique Mercure, Louise Turcot, Marcel Sabourin. Two suburban women, neglected by their husbands, decide to invite as many delivery drivers as possible to their homes.
Runtime: 105 min.

Montreal Flight 871

V.O.: Yul 871
Can. 1966. Psychological drama by Jacques Godbout with Charles Denner, Andrée Lachapelle, Paul Buissonneau. While in Montreal to negotiate a business deal, a European engineer is forced to stay longer than expected due to a setback.
Runtime: 72 min.

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