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Louise Archambault

Louise Archambault

Film director and screenwriter
January 1, 1970 (54 years old)

One Summer

V.O.: Le Temps d'un été
Can. 2023. Dramatic comedy by Louise Archambault with Patrice Robitaille, Élise Guilbault, Sébastien Ricard. Heir to a vast estate in Gaspésie, a Montreal priest sets off for the summer to live with the itinerants who inhabit his dilapidated church.
Runtime: 126 min.
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Can. 2023. Biography by Louise Archambault with Sophie Nélisse, Dougray Scott, Andrzej Seweryn. During World War II, Polish nurse Irene Gut Opdyke saves the lives of 12 Jews by hiding them in the villa of a German officer.
Runtime: 121 min.
Can. 2022. Sentimental comedy by Louise Archambault with Kaitlyn Leeb, Brendon Zub, Carolina Bartczak. A proposal planner falls in love with the brother of the man her client wants to marry.
Runtime: 90 min.
U.S. 2022. Horror by Louise Archambault with McKenna Grace, Michelle Morgan, Benjamin Ayres. A teenager will do anything to hide her dark past from the students at her new high school.
Runtime: 88 min.

And the Birds Rained Down

V.O.: Il pleuvait des oiseaux
Can. 2019. Drama by Louise Archambault with Andrée Lachapelle, Gilbert Sicotte, Rémy Girard. An 80-year-old woman who has escaped from an asylum and a young photographer burst into the lives of two old men living as hermits on the shores of a remote lake.
Runtime: 127 min.
Can. 2019. Comedy by Louise Archambault with Magalie Lépine-Blondeau, Julie Perreault, Robin Aubert. Two bitterly opposed sisters go to the Magdalen Islands to scatter their father’s ashes and are stalked by a killer who believes that he is still alive.
Runtime: 99 min.
Can. 2013. Psychological drama by Louise Archambault with Gabrielle Marion-Rivard, Mélissa Désormeaux-Poulin, Alexandre Landry. A 22-year-old intellectually disabled woman demands her independence after her lover, who is also disabled, is forbidden by her mother to date her.
Runtime: 102 min.
Can. 2011. Documentary by Zacharias Kunuk, Sturla Gunnarsson, Peter Lynch, Hubert Davis, John Walker, Jamie Travis, Scott Smith, Kevin McMahon, Catherine Martin, Stéphane Lafleur, Daniel Cockburn, Louise Archambault, Keith Behrman. To mark Parks Canada's centenary, some fifty contemporary artists are paying tribute to the splendours of the natural parks.
Runtime: 120 min.
Can. 2005. Psychological drama by Louise Archambault with Sylvie Moreau, Macha Grenon, Juliette Gosselin. A compulsive debt-ridden gambler arrives with her teenage daughter at the home of a childhood friend whose family life seems happy and comfortable.
Runtime: 102 min.

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