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Sophie Desmarais

Sophie Desmarais

Quebec actress
July 24, 1986 (37 years old)

Who by Fire

V.O.: Comme le feu
Can. 2024. Drama by Philippe Lesage with Noah Parker, Aurélia Arandi-Longpré, Arieh Worthalter. A teenager is invited by his friend's family to stay at an estate deep in the woods where a reclusive filmmaker lives.
Runtime: 161 min.

Days of Happiness

V.O.: Les Jours heureux
Can. 2023. Drama by Chloé Robichaud with Sophie Desmarais, Sylvain Marcel, Nour Belkhiria. A conductor navigates between her career, led with an iron fist by her father and manager, and her love affair with a cellist, mother of a 5 year old boy.
Runtime: 118 min.
Can. 2022. Thriller by Michel Kandinsky with François Arnaud, Lothaire Bluteau, Sophie Desmarais. Back in rural Ontario after years spent in the Middle East, a veteran suffering from morbid hallucinations struggles to return to a normal civilian life.
Runtime: 85 min.

Nut Job

V.O.: Les Pas d'allure
Can. 2022. Comedy by Alexandre Leblanc with Jean-Sébastien Courchesne, Sophie Desmarais, Benoit Bourbonnais. A young man tells his ex-girlfriend that he has joined a cell of left-wing terrorists to avenge her against his former boss, the owner of a right-wing radio station.
Runtime: 83 min.
Can. 2020. Drama by Frederick Neegan Trudel with Rosalie Pépin, Sophie Desmarais, Kelly Depeault. Placed in a youth protection group home, a 13-year-old girl finds an outlet for her anger by learning to play the guitar.
Runtime: 77 min.
Can. 2020. Drama by Emily Gan, Daniel Schachter with Alysa Touati, Charles Brooks, Marie-Marguerite Sabongui. A woman, who desperately wants to be a mother, asks a good friend, happily in couple, to be her sperm donor.
Runtime: 80 min.
Can. 2018. Essay film by Michael Yaroshevsky with Sophie Desmarais. Alone in her apartment, a young woman continues editing the film shot by her lover in Russia and elsewhere in the world.
Runtime: 70 min.

A Place to live

V.O.: Pour vivre ici
Can. 2018. Psychological drama by Bernard Émond with Élise Guilbault, Sophie Desmarais, Danny Gilmore. In mourning for the death of her husband, a retired nurse from Baie-Comeau finds more comfort in her deceased son’s ex-girlfriend than in her other two children.
Runtime: 90 min.
Can. 2014. Fantasy comedy by 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.
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. 2014. Sentimental drama by Rafaël Ouellet with Andreas Apergis, Sophie Desmarais, Marie Fugain. In Montreal, a literature professor and family man is seduced by one of his students, who shares his passion for a famous Chekhov short story.
Runtime: 106 min.
Can. 2013. Drama by Sébastien Pilote with Gabriel Arcand, Gilles Renaud, Lucie Laurier. A lamb farmer decides to dismantle his farm and sell the family home in order to financially help his eldest daughter who is getting a divorce.
Runtime: 111 min.
Can. 2013. Psychological drama by Chloé Robichaud with Sophie Desmarais, Jean-Sébastien Courchesne, Geneviève Boivin-Roussy. Invited to participate in the track and field club of a major Montreal university, a middle-distance runner from Quebec City accepts help from a friend who is secretly in love with her.
Runtime: 95 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.


V.O.: Décharge
Can. 2011. Mores drama by Benoît Pilon with David Boutin, Sophie Desmarais, Isabel Richer. An ex-offender turned waste management contractor in Montreal comes face to face with his demons when when he tries to save a teenage drug addict working the streets for a gang.
Runtime: 94 min.
Can. 2010. Drama by Denis Côté with Emmanuel Bilodeau, Philomène Bilodeau, Roc Lafortune. The very regular lives of a janitor and his overprotected pre-teen daughter are turned upside down when they both, unbeknownst each other, are indirectly involved in a dramatic event.
Runtime: 96 min.

Honey, I'm In Love

V.O.: Le Grand Départ
Can. 2008. Sentimental comedy by Claude Meunier with Marc Messier, Guylaine Tremblay, Hélène Bourgeois-Leclerc. A doctor in his fifties sows the seeds of anger around him when he decides to leave his wife to live with his mistress, who is twenty-five years his junior.
Runtime: 100 min.
Fr. 2008. Dramatic comedy by Anna Karina with Anna Karina, Jean-François Moran, Woodson Louis.
Runtime: 95 min.

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