3 Seasons

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3 Seasons
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Directed by Jim Donovan
Produced by Maude Bouchard
Jim Donovan
Sandy Martinez
Bruno Rosato
Written by Jim Donovan
Carinne Leduc
Starring Carinne Leduc
Caroline Néron
Romano Orzari
Frank Schorpion
Shawn Baichoo
Music by Laurent Eyquem
Cinematography Jean-Pierre Gauthier
Production
company
Alliage 3 Entertainment
Distributed by Locomontion Distributions
Release dates
Running time
100 minutes
Country Canada
Language French
English
Italian

3 Seasons (French: 3 saisons) is a 2009 Canadian drama film directed by Jim Donovan.

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The film tells three stories. The first two are about two couples whose lives are extreme opposites but they share one thing in common: an unexpected pregnancy. Carmine and Sasha live in a carefree world and the arrival of a child blows their middle-class life to the ground: behind the illusion of their fancy condominium and their successful careers hides a couple that is in pain and living with secrets and lies. Meanwhile, Justine and Seb are freedom seekers that live day by day on the streets of Montreal. These two young squeegee kids are hoping for a better future, but in the meantime seem to be content with small-time jobs. Justine's pregnancy catches Seb off guard as he has better things to do than to be a father. Their violent relationship makes getting an abortion the obvious choice. Yet things just get worse. In the third story, Stephen Decker is a 50-something father who has lost everything, his wife, his only child, and his inner peace. Now he has found a new purpose for his life: revenge, which brings him from Calgary to Montreal as he attempts to hunt down his daughter's murderer. What he finds is far from what he expected, and five destinies converge, for better and for worse.

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