In this story of friendship and reproductive rights, 14 years in the relationship between two very dissimilar women are chronicled. Pauline is a middle-class city girl, at odds with her very conventional family. Suzanne is several years older, a country girl with two illegitimate children and another (whom she cannot support) on the way. Pauline loans Suzanne money for an abortion. At this point, the two separate and communicate mainly through postcards. Some years later, they meet at an abortion rally, and they have many adventures and stories to share with one another.
Simon is a young tenor promised to a beautiful professional career when in 25 years, a skid in a swimming pool makes him tetraplegic. In spite of this terrible accident, Simon wants to sing again.
Japanese Yan Dedet's Land of the Singing Dog concerns a musicologist, Toyo Mahiru (Gen Shimaoka), and his wife, Yoshiko (Katsuo Nakamura), who travel to a remote French village because Toyo has heard there is a citizen of the village that owns a singing dog. As the childless pair humorously adjust to their new surroundings, they soon spend more time concentrating on conceiving than in searching for the talented canine. The subdued, reflective Land of the Singing Dog was screened as part of the Director's Fortnight at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival.
In a very traditional and popular setting, this documentary follow Willie Lamothe who becomes a national icone aftera 25 years career. The film follows the stars through is retelling of his career, his private life and his shows. It also follows testimonies from his fans and friends. Finaly, it his full of Willie Lamothe's music.
Le Dauphin is a popular bar. Within its walls, regulars come to soak up the lively atmosphere, defying stereotypes.
Alain Moreau sings for one of the few remaining dance-bands in Clermont-Ferrand. Though something of an idol amongst his female audience he has a melancholic awareness of the slow disappearance of that audience and of his advancing years. He is completely knocked off balance when he meets strikingly attractive and much younger businesswoman Marion. She seems distant and apparently otherwise involved but soon shows quiet signs of reciprocating his interest.
A Spanish music hall performer gets caught up in espionage during the First World War.
Ce soir, on chante was the working title of the French-language singing competition television series L'heure de gloire. The series premise is close to Simon Cowell's Duets: three actors/artists/politicians will appear in each episode, singing a song, with the help of professional singers. The program was hosted by René Simard. The series also highlight a newcomer to the Québec music scene, who one of the coaching professional singers have chosen. The show was broadcast by Radio-Canada from fall 2006 to spring 2008.
Takuya Arima is a young student whose father, a historian who has conducted various researches, disappeared recently. During a summer vacation Takuya receives a peculiar package from his missing father, along with a letter containing information about the existence of various parallel worlds. At first Takuya doesn't take it seriously, but soon he realizes that he possesses a device that allows him to travel to alternate dimensions. Is his father alive, after all? If so, where is he?
Comedian Mario Tessier and a celebrity guest sing familiar tunes in crowded public places in and around Montreal with the help of a portable karaoke machine.
The lives of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? fan-favorites Pedro and Chantel and their lively in-laws. Buckle up as they try to move past their differences and come together as an extended family.