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Martin Dubreuil

Martin Dubreuil

Quebec actor
May 26, 1972 (51 years old)
Can. 2023. Drama by Bernard Émond with Hélène Florent, Martin Dubreuil, Paul Savoie. In the 1930s in Trois-Rivières, a widower is taken in with his children by his first wife, whom he had left eleven years earlier.
Runtime: 103 min.

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.
Can. 2023. Mores drama by Patricia Chica with Hakim Brahimi, Jasmina Parent, Sana Asad. An aspiring poet, who comes to Montreal from the Middle East to study medicine, discovers a fascinating underground cultural life and love with three young women.
Runtime: 94 min.
Can. 2023. Drama by Henri Pardo with Rayan Dieudonné, Penande Estime, Martin Dubreuil. In 1975, a Haitian boy, who fled the country with his schoolteacher mother, who was attacked in the middle of a carnival, struggles to adapt to life in Quebec, their new home.
Runtime: 122 min.
Sortie prévue en March 2024
Can. 2023. Drama by Patrick Boivin with Isak Guinard Butt, Elliot Cormier, Maxim Gaudette. With the help of his friends, a 10-year-old boy tries to prove that his beloved little brother, who has mysteriously disappeared, has been abducted by aliens.
Runtime: 88 min.
Can. 2021. Drama by Sébastien Pilote with Sara Montpetit, Sébastien Ricard, Hélène Florent. At the beginning of the 20th century, in the Lac Saint-Jean region, the daughter of a settler is courted by three men with very different personalities.
Runtime: 159 min.


V.O.: Soumissions
Can. 2021. Drama by Emmanuel Tardif with Martin Dubreuil, Félix Grenier, Léa Roy. A father in conflict with his ex-wife sequesters his son in a house located at the edge of a dense and unnerving forest.
Runtime: 71 min.
Can. 2021. Drama by Renée Beaulieu with Rosalie Bonenfant, Roy Dupuis, Maxime Dumontier. The descent into hell of a young woman, caught between a hospitalized mother, catatonic for years, and a taciturn father with whom she has an ambiguous relationship.
Runtime: 89 min.
Can. 2020. Chronicle by Jean-Carl Boucher with Pier-Luc Funk, Antoine Desrochers, Simon Pigeon. The sentimental and professional experiences of five childhood friends with different personalities.
Runtime: 92 min.
Can. 2020. Thriller by Alberic Aurteneche with Emmanuel Schwartz, Sarah-Jeanne Labrosse, Gilles Renaud. A 30-year-old Montrealer is plagued by frequent nightmares as he tries to shed light on the hunting accident that killed his father.
Runtime: 101 min.
Can. 2018. Biography by Yan Giroux with Martin Dubreuil, Céline Bonnier, Henri Picard. With no money and no fixed abode, poet Yves Boisvert settles down with a single mother, who will collaborate in the production of his most important collection, “Les Chaouins.”
Runtime: 107 min.
Can. 2018. Drama by Maxime Giroux with Martin Dubreuil, Reda Kateb, Sarah Gadon. Returning to Quebec after an exile in the American West to avoid the draft, a Charlie Chaplin impersonator confronts the disturbing residents of a ghost town.
Runtime: 95 min.

Father and Guns 2

V.O.: De père en flic 2
Can. 2017. Police comedy by Émile Gaudreault with Louis-José Houde, Michel Côté, Karine Vanasse. A Montreal detective, eternal rival of his cop father, infiltrates with his teammate a couples therapy group in which a mafia boss’s lieutenant and his wife have registered.
Runtime: 117 min.
Can. 2016. Drama by Chloé Leriche with Rykko Bellemare, Kwena Bellemare Boivin, Jacques Newashish. After accidentally causing the death of the accomplice with whom he was robbing a cottage, an aimless young Indigenous man imposes a painful penance on himself.
Runtime: 97 min.
Can. 2016. Mores drama by Karl Lemieux with David Bryant, Jean-Simon Leduc, Martin Dubreuil. The drummer of a punk-rock band gets his junkie brother
Runtime: 91 min.
Can. 2016. Poetic drama by Charles-André Coderre, Yann-Manuel Hernandez with Hubert Proulx, Victoria Diamond, Elisabeth Locas. A Quebec boxer leaves everything behind to go to Las Vegas, where he meets a young woman who accompanies him on a journey into the heart of Death Valley.
Runtime: 93 min.

The Wolves

V.O.: Les Loups
Can. 2014. Drama by Sophie Deraspe with Evelyne Brochu, Louise Portal, Benoît Gouin. A Montreal student lands on an island in the North Atlantic, where she arouses the suspicion of the matriarch, head of the sea bass hunting industry.
Runtime: 107 min.
Can. 2014. Drama by Maxime Giroux with Martin Dubreuil, Hadas Yaron, Luzer Twersky. A lonely, self-made person from Montreal begins an affair with a young Hasidic Jewish mother.
Runtime: 105 min.
Can. 2013. Drama by Patrick Boivin with Martin Dubreuil, Patrice Robitaille, Julien Poulin. Confined inside a bunker in northern Quebec, two soldiers with opposite personalities are tasked with launching a nuclear missile in the case of an attack from the former USSR.
Runtime: 86 min.

Ressac (VO sta.)

V.O.: Ressac
Can. 2013. Drama by Pascale Ferland with Clémence Dufresne-Deslières, Nico Lagarde, Muriel Dutil. Depressed by the death of her father, a teenage girl, left to the care of her cold mother and caring grandmother, dreams of leaving her fishing village at the end of the school year.
Runtime: 97 min.
Can. 2013. Drama by Éric Morin with Sophie Desmarais, Alexandre Castonguay, Martin Dubreuil. In 1968, in Rouyn-Noranda, a young woman is torn between her attachment to her family and her region and her desire to leave for the big city.
Runtime: 100 min.

Summer Crisis

V.O.: La Maison du pêcheur
Can. 2013. History by Alain Chartrand with Mikhail Ahooja, Vincent-Guillaume Otis, Benoît Langlais. In the summer of 1969 in Perc
Runtime: 97 min.
Can. 2012. Drama by Daniel Grou-Podz with Marc-André Grondin, Marilyn Castonguay, Sarianne Cormier. Despite claiming his innocence, a separated convenience store delivery person and father of two is sentenced to prison for the sexual assault of a woman.
Runtime: 121 min.
Can. 2011. Mores drama by Demian Fuica with Jason Roy Léveillée, Marc Beaupré, Pierre-Luc Brillant. Through his best friend, an unremarkable young man becomes a drug mule with the sole purpose of paying off his father
Runtime: 104 min.

Seven Days

V.O.: Les Sept Jours du talion
Can. 2010. Thriller by Daniel Grou-Podz with Claude Legault, Rémy Girard, Martin Dubreuil. His little girl having been raped and murdered by a pedophile, a surgeon captures him and subjects him to seven days of torture, at the end of which he intends to execute him.
Runtime: 111 min.
Can. 2010. Social drama by Daniel Grou-Podz with Claude Legault, Robert Naylor, Martin Dubreuil. Sent to a halfway house, a ten-and-a-half-year-old delinquent, who expresses himself only through violence, gives his new educator a hard time.
Runtime: 117 min.
Can. 2008. Psychological drama by Maxime Giroux with Eugénie Beaudry, Serge Houde, Guillaume Beauregard. The monotonous life of an office worker goes back and forth between a working-class beau who is not in love with her and a diabetic father who refuses to be treated.
Runtime: 98 min.

Evil Words

V.O.: Sur le seuil
Can. 2003. Fantasy by Éric Tessier with Michel Côté, Patrick Huard, Catherine Florent. A disillusioned psychiatrist must deal with a suicidal writer whose horror novels seem to foreshadow gruesome events.
Runtime: 99 min.

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