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Patrice Robitaille

Patrice Robitaille

Canadian actor
January 1, 1974 (50 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.
Can. 2022. Drama by Charles-Olivier Michaud with Chloé Djandji, Chantal Thuy, Jean Bui. In the mid-1970s, a shy young Vietnamese woman is having trouble adjusting to Canada, where her family has taken refuge.
Runtime: 116 min.

Goodbye Happiness

V.O.: Au revoir le bonheur
Can. 2021. Dramatic comedy by Ken Scott (II) with François Arnaud, Louis Morissette, Antoine Bertrand. At their summer home in the Magdalen Islands, four brothers with nothing in common meet to spread their father’s ashes.
Runtime: 107 min.

A Revision

V.O.: Une Révision
Can. 2021. Drama by Catherine Therrien with Patrice Robitaille, Nour Belkhiria, Rose-Marie Perreault. A philosophy professor has a run-in with a student who is challenging the low grade she received for an assignment in which she quoted the Quran.
Runtime: 95 min.

When Love Digs a Hole

V.O.: Quand l'amour se creuse un trou
Can. 2018. Sentimental drama by Ara Ball with Robert Naylor, France Castel, Patrice Robitaille. While studying in eleventh grade under his mother's supervision, a rebellious teenager falls madly in love with his 70-year old neighbor.
Runtime: 89 min.
Can. 2018. Drama by Claire Devers with Grégory Gadebois, Monia Chokri, Noah Parker. A teacher living in the country with his wife, takes a delinquent and voyeuristic teenager who had broken into their house without stealing anything under his wing.
Runtime: 114 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. 2017. Sports drama by Éric Tessier with Antoine Olivier Pilon, Rémi Goulet, Alice Morel-Michaud. The professional careers of two Quebec Major Junior Hockey League stars have been jeopardized by their dangerous and immature behaviour.
Runtime: 115 min.
Can. 2016. Mores comedy by Jean-François Pouliot with Paul Doucet, Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge, Patrice Robitaille. In Montreal, three brothers with very different personalities are each going through personal crises that are driving them apart.
Runtime: 102 min.

The Mirage

V.O.: Le Mirage
Can. 2015. Dramatic comedy by Ricardo Trogi with Louis Morissette, Julie Perreault, Christine Beaulieu. Drowning in debt, a shopkeeper and family man does everything he can to find himself alone with his best friend
Runtime: 101 min.
Can. 2015. Dramatic comedy by François Bouvier with François Létourneau, Gilbert Sicotte, Julie Le Breton. In 1999, in the suburbs of Quebec City, a printer and aspiring cartoonist witnesses the slow decline of his father-in-law who has pancreatic cancer.
Runtime: 98 min.

Downfall of a Champion

V.O.: La Petite Reine
Can. 2014. Drama by Alexis Durand-Brault with Laurence Leboeuf, Patrice Robitaille, Denis Bouchard. Suspected of doping on the eve of the world championship in Belgium, a Quebecois cyclist, under pressure from her father and coach, questions herself.
Runtime: 108 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.
Can. 2010. Dramatic comedy by Richard Roy with Antoine Olivier Pilon, Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge, Evelyne Brochu. In the summer of 1969, a child who has just lost his father tries to convince the biker friend of the deceased to take him to Woodstock.
Runtime: 103 min.

The Hair of the Beast

V.O.: Le Poil de la bête
Can. 2010. Adventures by Philippe Gagnon with Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge, Viviane Audet, Antoine Bertrand. In New France, a wanderer who has assumed the identity of a Jesuit becomes the protector of peasants terrorized by a werewolf and then of the King
Runtime: 92 min.

Tough Luck

V.O.: Y'en aura pas de facile
Can. 2010. Comedy by Marc-André Lavoie with Rémy Girard, Hugo St-Onge-Paquin, Suzanne Clément. In order to complete his subscription to an internet dating network, a fifty-year-old biographer tells the camera about his incredible life.
Runtime: 94 min.

Sticky Fingers

V.O.: Les Doigts croches
Can. 2009. Comedy by Ken Scott (II) with Roy Dupuis, Patrice Robitaille, Claude Legault. In order to recover the loot from a robbery, five small-time hoodlums from Montreal are forced to walk the pilgrim's route to Santiago de Compostela.
Runtime: 108 min.

A No-Hit No-Run Summer

V.O.: Un Été sans point ni coup sûr
Can. 2008. Chronicle by Francis Leclerc with Patrice Robitaille, Pier-Luc Funk, Jacinthe Laguë. In the summer of 1969, the father of a young baseball enthusiast forms a team with the children rejected by the parish coach.
Runtime: 104 min.
Can. 2008. Comedy by Érik Canuel with Patrick Huard, Julie Le Breton, Sylvie Boucher. A scoundrel who has murdered his mother calls on his sister, an actress, to help him recover the body abandoned in the countryside.
Runtime: 117 min.

Forgive Me

V.O.: Délivrez-moi
Can. 2006. Psychological drama by Denis Chouinard with Céline Bonnier, Geneviève Bujold, Juliette Gosselin. After her release from prison, a working-class woman faces hostility from her mother-in-law who is fighting for custody of her teenage daughter.
Runtime: 96 min.
Can. 2006. Dramatic comedy by Patrice Sauvé with Patrice Robitaille, François Létourneau, Anik Lemay. An escort agency is the scene of various incidents involving depressed and untruthful people.
Runtime: 102 min.

The Outlander

V.O.: Le Survenant
Can. 2005. Mores drama by Érik Canuel with Jean-Nicolas Verreault, Anick Lemay, Gilles Renaud. In 1910, a free-spirited stranger disrupts the tranquility of a small rural community living in autarky.
Runtime: 133 min.

Dodging the Clock

V.O.: Horloge biologique
Can. 2005. Mores comedy by Ricardo Trogi with Patrice Robitaille, Pierre-François Legendre, Jean-Philippe Pearson. Three friends in their early thirties experience fatherhood differently with their spouses.
Runtime: 100 min.
Can. 2005. Comedy by François Bouvier with Anne-Marie Cadieux, Patrice Robitaille, Sophie Prégent. As she approaches her fortieth birthday, a weather girl faces a personal and professional crisis.
Can. 2005. Fantasy by 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.

The Rocket

V.O.: Maurice Richard
Can. 2005. Biography by Charles Binamé with Roy Dupuis, Stephen McHattie, Julie Le Breton. The life and career of Maurice Richard, famous hockey player and hero to the French Canadians.
Runtime: 123 min.


V.O.: Québec-Montréal
Can. 2002. Mores comedy by Ricardo Trogi with Patrice Robitaille, Jean-Philippe Pearson, Stéphane Breton. The romantic tribulations of various young adults who drive from Quebec to Montreal.
Runtime: 104 min.

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