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Marcel Sabourin

Marcel Sabourin

Canadian actor
March 25, 1935 (87 years old)
Can. 2022. Dramatic comedy from Guillaume Lambert with François Pérusse, Éric Bernier, Guy Jodoin.
Runtime: 100 min.

Night Song

V.O.: Mobile étoile
Can. 2016. Musical drama from Raphaël Nadjari with Géraldine Pailhas, Luc Picard, Éléonore Lagacé. In Montreal, the difficulties encountered by a French-born singer who, with her pianist husband, directs an ensemble specializing in sacred song.
Runtime: 119 min.
Can. 2015. Comedy from Benoit Pelletier with Patrick Huard, Marie-Ève Milot, Guy Jodoin. Asked by his agent to improve his image, an arrogant talk show host is sent against his will to Haiti as a spokesperson for a Quebec NGO.
Runtime: 105 min.
Can. 2014. Fantasy comedy from Martin Talbot with Victor Andrés Trelles Turgeon, Sophie Desmarais, Marcel Sabourin. Forced to leave the convent of nuns where he was raised, a naive young man finds his true calling with a lamp maker.
Runtime: 100 min.

Another House

V.O.: L'Autre Maison
Can. 2013. Drama from Mathieu Roy with Émile Proulx-Cloutier, Roy Dupuis, Marcel Sabourin. An apprentice bush pilot and his brother, a war photographer argue about how to care for their father suffering from Alzheimer's disease.
Runtime: 100 min.

Clouds Over the City

V.O.: Nuages sur la ville
Can. 2009. Dramatic comedy from Simon Galiero with Jean-Pierre Lefebvre, Robert Morin, Teo Spychalski. A social services officer who was once an esteemed writer comes to terms with the distance between himself and his loved ones.
Runtime: 88 min.
Can. 2008. Science-fiction from 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. 2007. Psychological drama from Marc Bisaillon with Denis Trudel, Hélène Florent, Geneviève Rioux. An unhappily married gravedigger falls madly in love with a beautiful prostitute, unaware that she and her pimp are planning to kidnap a teenage girl from a wealthy family.
Runtime: 102 min.

My Crazy Aunt

V.O.: Ma tante Aline
Can. 2007. Comedy from Gabriel Pelletier with Béatrice Picard, Sylvie Léonard, Rémi-Pierre Paquin. An advertising executive's life is turned upside down when she is forced to take in an eccentric old aunt in need for a few weeks.
Runtime: 105 min.

White Skin

V.O.: La Peau blanche
Can. 2004. Fantasy from Daniel Roby with Marc Paquet, Marianne Farley, Frédéric Pierre. A student falls in love with a young redheaded woman with a wild temperament, whose family harbors troubling secrets.
Runtime: 89 min.
U.S. 2002. Spy drama from Phil Alden Robinson with Ben Affleck, Morgan Freeman, James Cromwell. A group of neo-Nazis obtain a nuclear bomb which they intend to use to provoke a conflict between Russia and the United States.
Runtime: 123 min.
Can. 2000. Psychological drama from Simon Lacombe with Patrick Labbé, Marie-France Marcotte, Marcel Sabourin. A boy hurt by a breakup becomes attached to a young woman afflicted by a recent tragedy that she keeps secret.

Today or Never

V.O.: Aujourd'hui ou jamais
Can. 1998. Dramatic comedy from Jean-Pierre Lefebvre with Marcel Sabourin, Claude Blanchard, Julie Ménard. Determined to fly again after a fifteen-year hiatus, a fifty-year-old aviator sees his project compromised by the arrival of unexpected visitors.
Runtime: 100 min.
Can. 1998. Dramatic comedy from Jeanne Crépeau with Dominique Leduc, Stéphanie Morgenstern, Marcel Sabourin. An English-speaking woman from Montreal goes to the country to find a French-speaking friend after fifteen years go by with no word from her.
Can. 1996. Dramatic comedy from Stefan Pleszczynski with Marcel Sabourin, France Arbour, Brigitte Paquette.
Runtime: 66 min.
Can. 1992. Biography from Paul Cowan with Marcel Sabourin, Ron Lea, Liz Mac Rea. Recalling the life and controversial career of Canadian entrepeneur Robert Campeau.

The Fabulous Voyage of the Angel

V.O.: Le Fabuleux voyage de l'ange
Can. 1991. Fantasy comedy from Jean-Pierre Lefebvre with Daniel Lavoie, Geneviève Grandbois, Marcel Sabourin. A comic book writer draws his inspiration from the various events in his life.
Runtime: 102 min.

The Horse Trader's Daughter

V.O.: La Fille du maquignon
Can. 1990. Melodrama from Abderrahman Mazouz with Andréa Parro, Emmanuel Charest, Marcel Sabourin. In a village at the beginning of the 20th century, a horse dealer opposes the love of his daughter with an Irish orphan.
Runtime: 82 min.
Can. 1989. Sentimental drama from Jean-Pierre Gariépy with Guy Thauvette, Marie-Josée Gauthier, Marcel Sabourin. An astronomer returning from a long journey falls in love with a woman obsessed with the desire to escape abroad.
Runtime: 84 min.

Jesus of Montreal

V.O.: Jésus de Montréal
Can. 1989. Dramatic comedy from Denys Arcand with Lothaire Bluteau, Catherine Wilkening, Johanne-Marie Tremblay. A young actor, solicited by a religious man to renovate the presentation of a dramatic Stations of the Cross, creates a revised version of the passion of Christ.
Runtime: 120 min.

The Revolving Doors

V.O.: Les Portes tournantes
Can. 1988. Drama from Francis Mankiewicz with Monique Spaziani, Gabriel Arcand, François Méthé. A young boy relives the story of his grandmother, a former silent film pianist, from documents addressed to his father.
Runtime: 100 min.

Alfred Laliberté, Sculptor, 1878-1953

V.O.: Alfred Laliberté, Sculpteur, 1878-1953
Can. 1987. Biography from Jean-Pierre Lefebvre with Paul Hébert, Albert Millaire, Marcel Sabourin. Evoking the life and career of sculptor Alfred Lalibert
Runtime: 81 min.

"S" as in...

V.O.: Le Jour S...
Can. 1984. Dramatic comedy from Jean-Pierre Lefebvre with Pierre Curzi, Marie Tifo, Marcel Sabourin. In the course of a day, a forty-something publisher experiences various incidents that remind him of the stages of his life, in the context of changes to Quebec.
Runtime: 88 min.
Can. 1982. Dramatic comedy from Fernand Dansereau with Gilbert Turp, Hélène Loiselle, Marcel Sabourin. The problems of two elderly men and their relationships with their grandchildren.
Runtime: 90 min.
Runtime: 91 min.

Ti-Mine, Bernie and the Gang

V.O.: Ti-Mine, Bernie pis la gang
Can. 1977. Mores comedy from 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.

The Old Country Where Rimbaud Died

V.O.: Le Vieux Pays où Rimbaud est mort
Can. 1977. Satire from Jean-Pierre Lefebvre with Marcel Sabourin, Anouk Ferjac, Myriam Boyer. A Quebecer come to France to investigate his heritage shares his observations.
Runtime: 118 min.

J.A. Martin Photographer

V.O.: J.A. Martin photographe
Can. 1976. Mores drama from 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. 1975. Dramatic comedy from Marcel Lefebvre, Yves Gélinas with Willie Lamothe, Luce Guilbeault, Albert Millaire. A singer comes to perform at a western festival and tries to unravel the mystery surrounding the death of an old friend.
Runtime: 95 min.
Can. 1974. Poetic drama from Gordon Sheppard with Elizabeth Moorman, Tommy Lee Jones, Lila Kedrova. A young woman from the country who wants to meet the man of her life travels to Montreal to consult an astrologer.
Runtime: 120 min.

Ah, si mon moine voulait...

V.O.: L'Heptaméron (Joyeux compères)
Can. 1973. Sketches from Claude Pierson with Gilles Latulippe, Jean-Marie Proslier, Darry Cowl. Six naughty stories involving religious people.
Runtime: 90 min.

Death of a Lumberjack

V.O.: La Mort d'un bûcheron
Can. 1973. Dramatic comedy from Gilles Carle with Carole Laure, Daniel Pilon, Denise Filiatrault. A young girl who has come to Montreal to find her father is exploited by a cabaret owner.
Runtime: 114 min.

The Last Betrothal

V.O.: Les Dernières Fiançailles
Can. 1973. Poetic drama from Jean-Pierre Lefebvre with J. Léo Gagnon, Marthe Nadeau, Marcel Sabourin. The last days of an old couple in a house in the countryside, in the middle of an orchard.
Runtime: 94 min.
Can. 1973. Mores drama from Clément Perron with André Melançon, Monique Lepage, Michèle Magny. In a village in Beauce, a simpleton is confronted with the hostility of the inhabitants.
Runtime: 90 min.

The Smart Guys

V.O.: Les Smattes
Can. 1972. Social drama from Jean-Claude Labrecque with Daniel Pilon, Donald Pilon, Louise Laparé. Having unintentionally injured a civil servant, two young people who refused to leave their Gaspesian village are pursued by the police.
Runtime: 86 min.

Dirty Money

V.O.: La Maudite Galette
Can. 1972. Crime drama from Denys Arcand with Marcel Sabourin, Luce Guilbeault, René Caron. A vicious murder puts in motion a series of settling of scores.
Runtime: 100 min.

Time of the Hunt

V.O.: Le Temps d'une chasse
Can. 1972. Mores drama from Francis Mankiewicz with Guy L'Ecuyer, Pierre Dufresne, Marcel Sabourin. Three friends spend a fall weekend hunting.
Runtime: 98 min.

The Christmas Martian

V.O.: Le Martien de Noël
Can. 1971. Tale from Bernard Gosselin with Marcel Sabourin, Catherine Leduc, François Gosselin. Two children from a Quebec village befriend an alien.
Runtime: 62 min.

Far from the Sun

V.O.: On est loin du soleil
Can. 1970. Drama from Jacques Leduc with J. Léo Gagnon, Esther Auger, Marcel Sabourin. The mundane daily life of a family who is guided by the spirit of renunciation.
Runtime: 79 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.

The House of Light

V.O.: La Chambre blanche
Can. 1969. Poetic drama from Jean-Pierre Lefebvre with Michèle Magny, Marcel Sabourin. Various moments in the life of a couple.
Runtime: 77 min.

Don't Let it Kill You

V.O.: Il ne faut pas mourir pour ça
Can. 1967. Dramatic comedy from Jean-Pierre Lefebvre with Marcel Sabourin, Suzanne Grossman, Claudine Monfette (Mouffe). A day in the bohemian life of a gentle eccentric.
Runtime: 75 min.

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