TADOUSSAC
TADOUSSAC

TADOUSSAC

Director Martin Laroche

Production year 2017

Length 89min.

Country Canada

SYNOPSIS

In the dead of winter, 18-year-old Chloe runs away from Montreal and hitch-hikes to Tadoussac, a small Quebec tourist village. In exchange for a room, she works at the local hostel, like many other young travelers. But Chloe is also secretly searching for someone. Stubbornly, she seeks to meet the mother who abandoned her at birth after having tried to kill her.

CAST & CREW

Martin Laroche
Martin Laroche

Director

Producer

Martin Laroche

Script

Martin Laroche

Director of Photography

Ariel Methot

Production designer

Carolyne De Bellefeuille

Sound

Thierry Bourgault-D'Amico, Michel Gauvin

Edit

Amelie Labreche

Cast

Camille Mongeau, Isabelle Blais, Juliette Gosselin

Production company

Les Films de l'Autre

Martin Laroche

After his film studies, Martin Laroche directed his first two films on shoestring budgets ($3,500 and $6,000), which enabled him to shoot Les manéges huamins/Fair Sex (2013), his first professional feature. After premiering at the Karlovy Vary IFF, it was honoured with four nominations at the Gala des Prix Jutra 2014. Tadoussac is his second feature.


Filmography

Fair Sex (2013), Tadoussac (2017)

FILMS 2018