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NEW FRANCE

by Jean Beaudin

synopsis

Set in Canada during the turbulent days of 1758, the story of François Le Gardeur who returns to his native country after studying law in Paris and, rejecting his bourgeois family, choses to live in the forest among Quebecois Indians.

international title: New France
original title: Nouvelle-France
country: Canada, United Kingdom, France
sales agent: Lions Gate
year: 2005
genre: fiction
directed by: Jean Beaudin
film run: 120'
screenplay: Pierre Billon
cast: Irène Jacob, Gérard Depardieu, Vincent Perez, Tim Roth, Jason Isaacs, Colm Meaney, David Lahaye
producer: Ashley Sidaway, Claude Léger, Jonathan Vanger, Victor Hadida, Leslie Jean Porter, Robert Sidaway, Samuel Hadida, Anthony Blakey, Jean-Marie Comeau, Francine Forest, Richard Godreau
production: Metropolitan Filmexport, Davis Films
backing: Telefilm Canada, FIDEC
distributor: Metropolitan Filmexport, DeAPlaneta
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