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Maxime Dumontier

Maxime Dumontier

Canadian actor
September 26, 1988 (35 years old)

Drunken Birds

V.O.: Les Oiseaux ivres
Can. 2021. Drama by Ivan Grbovic with Jorge Antonio Guerrero, Hélène Florent, Claude Legault. The getaway driver of a Mexican drug lord gets hired as a worker on a farm in the Montérégie region, owned by a family in turmoil.
Runtime: 105 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. 2019. Dramatic comedy by Kim St-Pierre with Jean-Simon Leduc, Maxime Dumontier, Marco Collin. Two brothers at each other’s throats are combing a huge reservoir in the northern Mauricie region in search of their late father’s fishing cabin.
Runtime: 87 min.
Can. 2019. Chronicle by Louis Bélanger with Rémi Goulet, Antoine L'Écuyer, Félix-Antoine Cantin. From childhood to early adulthood, three inseparable classmates take increasing risks by trafficking drugs.
Runtime: 104 min.


V.O.: Genèse
Can. 2018. Drama by Philippe Lesage with Théodore Pellerin, Noée Abita, Pier-Luc Funk. The love affair between a teenager, a boarder at an all-boys school, and his older half-sister, a college student.
Runtime: 131 min.
Can. 2017. Drama by Denis Langlois with Maxime Dumontier, Marine Johnson, Mathieu Thibodeau. A young man with a mild intellectual disability and his sister flee their foster home to search for their deceased mother.
Runtime: 90 min.
Can. 2015. Mores drama by Yves Christian Fournier with Salim Kechiouche, Julie Djiezion, Jade-Mariuka Robitaille. In a multi-ethnic Montreal neighbourhood, the destinies of various individuals who dream of freedom cross paths.
Runtime: 109 min.
Can. 2014. Drama by Sébastien Landry with Maxime Dumontier, Sophie Desmarais, Louise Richer. After selling information about the Minister of Public Security to the Mafia, a Montreal computer scientist finds refuge at his aunt
Runtime: 90 min.
Can. 2014. Drama by Julie Hivon with Maxime Dumontier, Sophie Desmarais, Joëlle Paré-Beaulieu. In Granby, the four best friends of a young architect who died tragically try in various ways to overcome their grief and find meaning in their lives.
Runtime: 99 min.
Can. 2012. Thriller by Steve Kerr with David Boutin, Maxime Dumontier, Pierre Collin. Tension mounts between two brothers who are forced to spend a week in their deceased father's isolated cottage in order to erect a columbarium in his memory.
Runtime: 86 min.


V.O.: Exil
Can. 2012. Drama by Charles-Olivier Michaud with Francis Cléophat, Julie Le Breton, Paul Doucet. After his journalist father is kidnapped, a twelve-year-old Haitian boy is smuggled to the United States in the hope of finding his mother.
Runtime: 100 min.

Fear of Water

V.O.: La Peur de l'eau
Can. 2011. Crime drama by Gabriel Pelletier with Pierre-François Legendre, Brigitte Pogonat, Normand D'Amour. Skeptical of the conclusions of a Montreal detective, a sergeant of the S
Runtime: 122 min.

Silence Lies

V.O.: Tromper le silence
Can. 2010. Psychological drama by Julie Hivon with Suzanne Clément, Maxime Dumontier, Sébastien Huberdeau. A photographer who has put her artistic ambitions on hold finds inspiration in a troubled young mechanic whom she uses as a model.
Runtime: 102 min.
Can. 2007. Social drama by Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette with Maxime Desjardins-Tremblay, Maxime Dumontier, Julianne Côté. In a poor neighborhood of Montreal, the daily life of an eleven-year-old boy whose heroin-addicted mother has left home.
Runtime: 90 min.

Everything Is Fine

V.O.: Tout est parfait
Can. 2007. Psychological drama by Yves Christian Fournier with Maxime Dumontier, Chloé Bourgeois, Normand D'Amour. Not dilvulging any details as to why four of his friends made a suicide pact, a 16-year-old boy retreats into himself.
Runtime: 117 min.
Can. 2003. Dramatic comedy by Louis Bélanger with Serge Thériault, Gilles Renaud, Sébastien Delorme. In 1989, follows the professional and family tribulations of a widower who manages a gas station where his three sons work in a poor neighborhood.
Runtime: 115 min.
Can. 2003. Drama by Stefan Pleszczynski with Patrick Labbé, Isabel Richer, Maxime Dumontier. The arrival of a mysterious visitor disrupts the life of a mining village decimated by a tragic accident.
Runtime: 122 min.
Can. 2002. Fantasy comedy by Richard Ciupka with Marie-Chantal Perron, Gildor Roy, Ève Lemieux. An eccentric substitute teacher gets a class of unmotivated sixth graders excited about learning again.
Runtime: 110 min.

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