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Monique Mercure

Monique Mercure

Canadian actress
November 14, 1930 (May 17, 2020)
Can. 2012. Drama from Darrell Wasyk with Pascale Montpetit, Monique Mercure, Joey Klein. After having her coat mended at the cost of her painstaking savings, a woman sinks into decay.
Runtime: 113 min.

The Master Key

V.O.: Grande Ourse - La clé des possibles
Can. 2009. Fantasy from Patrice Sauvé with Marc Messier, Normand Daneau, Fanny Mallette. An ex-journalist and a couple of private detectives try to find an ancient object that allows you to travel through alternate realities.
Runtime: 104 min.
Can. 2007. Dramatic comedy from Fernand Dansereau with Monique Mercure, Suzanne Clément, Patrick Labbé. Stricken by Alzheimer's disease, a woman convinces a young, lost singer to help her revisit the people and places she once loved.
Runtime: 101 min.
Can. 2005. Fantasy from Robin Aubert with François Chénier, Isabelle Blais, Luc Senay. A journalist and his photographer friend are dispatched to a remote village to investigate mysterious disappearances.
Runtime: 107 min.
Can. 1999. Psychological drama from André Melançon, Martine Beaulne with Monique Mercure, Andrée Lachapelle, Guylaine Tremblay. A seventy-year-old woman recalls the milestones of her adult life.
Can. 1998. Chronicle from François Girard with Samuel L. Jackson, Jean-Luc Bideau, Sylvia Chang. After having crossed the ages and the continents, a superb Italian violin of the seventeenth century is presented at auction in Montreal.
Runtime: 130 min.
Can. 1998. Dramatic comedy from Piers Haggard with Lothaire Bluteau, Tara Fitzgerald, Monique Mercure. A young woman's car breaks down in a small town, where a candid banker is trying to help poor farmers.
Can. 1994. Drama from Marquise Lepage with Marc-André Grondin, Monique Mercure, Marie-Elaine Berthiaume. A boy observes the behavior of his family members gathered at a party.
Runtime: 86 min.
Can. 1991. Fantasy from David Cronenberg with Peter Weller, Judy Davis, Ian Holm. After accidentally killing his wife, an exterminator takes refuge in a strange fantasy land populated by bizarre creatures.
Runtime: 115 min.

Montreal Sextet

V.O.: Montréal vu par... Six variations sur un thème
Runtime: 127 min.

In the Belly of the Dragon

V.O.: Dans le ventre du dragon
Can. 1988. Science-fiction from Yves Simoneau with Rémy Girard, David La Haye, Marie Tifo. Two flyer distributors go to the rescue of a young colleague who has unwisely subjected himself to medical experiments.
Runtime: 100 min.
Can. 1986. Dramatic comedy from Allan Kroeker with Ed McNamara, August Schellenberg, Monique Mercure. In Manitoba, in 1936, a drifter introduces himself to a farm family as a distant relative.
Runtime: 80 min.

A Question of Loving

V.O.: Qui a tiré sur nos histoires d'amour?
Can. 1986. Mores drama from Louise Carré with Monique Mercure, Guylaine Normandin, August Schellenberg. During summer, an independent woman welcomes her daughter who has to leave to California to study.
Runtime: 91 min.
Can. 1984. Historic chronicle from Jean-Claude Labrecque with Gilbert Sicotte, Anne-Marie Provencher, Monique Mercure. During the 1960s, the impact of political events in Quebec on the lives of a young Montreal couple.
Runtime: 96 min.

The Blood of Others

V.O.: Le Sang des autres
Can. 1983. Drama from Claude Chabrol with Jodie Foster, Michael Ontkean, Sam Neill. Out of love for a communist militant, a young designer joins the resistance.
Runtime: 135 min.
Can. 1982. Moral study from Anne-Claire Poirier with Monique Mercure, Roger Blay, Jacques Godin. A reunion of childhood friends leads to the unearthing of secrets.
Runtime: 105 min.
Can. 1981. Dramatic comedy from Robert Ménard with Jean Yanne, Gilles Renaud, Michel Forget.
Runtime: 84 min.
Can. 1980. Mores drama from Jean-Guy Noël with Raymond Cloutier, Monique Mercure, Anouk Simard.
Runtime: 91 min.
Can. 1978. Psychological drama from Teri McLuhan with Colleen Dewhurst, Frank Moore, Monique Mercure.
Runtime: 83 min.
Fr. 1977. History from Frank Cassenti with Klaus Kinski, Jean-Pierre Kalfon, Dominique Sanda. In the twelfth century, pilgrims are encouraged in their journey by storytellers who recall the epic story of Roland.
Runtime: 100 min.

Talk About Love

V.O.: Parlez-nous d'amour
Can. 1976. Mores drama from Jean-Claude Lord with Jacques Boulanger, Monique Mercure, Benoît Girard. The disenchantments of the host of a television variety show.
Runtime: 127 min.

The Absence

V.O.: L'Absence
Can. 1976. Psychological drama from Brigitte Sauriol with Frédérique Collin, Guy Thauvette, Jean Gascon. A young woman's life is disrupted by the return of her father after a long absence.
Runtime: 93 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.

The Vultures

V.O.: Les Vautours
Can. 1975. Mores drama from Jean-Claude Labrecque with Gilbert Sicotte, Monique Mercure, Carmen Tremblay. When his mother dies, a young man is deprived of his inheritance by his aunts.
Runtime: 91 min.

For Better or for Worse

V.O.: Pour le meilleur et pour le pire
Can. 1975. Satire from Claude Jutra with Claude Jutra, Monique Miller, Monique Mercure. Documentary about a day in the life of a couple.
Runtime: 117 min.

My Uncle Antoine

V.O.: Mon oncle Antoine
Can. 1971. Mores drama from Claude Jutra with Jean Duceppe, Jacques Gagnon, Olivette Thibault. In a mining village, a young boy helps his uncle out in his general store and in his duties as a mortician.
Runtime: 110 min.
Can. 1971. Sentimental comedy from Richard Martin with Chantal Renaud, Jacques Riberolles, Monique Mercure. A young waitress in a snack bar meets a French photographer who endeavours to turn her into a model.
Runtime: 88 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.
Can. 1968. Psychological drama from Ron Kelly with Alexandra Stewart, François Tassé, Robert Howay. While dating a comedian, the daughter of a Vancouver businessperson sees a former lover reappear in her life.
Runtime: 85 min.

Take It All

V.O.: À tout prendre
Can. 1963. Psychological drama from Claude Jutra with Claude Jutra, Johanne Harelle, Victor Désy. The affair of a young man from a good family with a Black model.
Runtime: 101 min.

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