Liverpool (2012 film)

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Liverpool
Directed by Manon Briand
Produced by
Written by Manon Briand
Starring
Music by Ramachandra Borcar
Cinematography Claudine Sauvé
Edited by Richard Comeau
Production
company
Max Films Productions
Release dates
  • August 2012 (2012-08)
Country Canada

Liverpool is a 2012 Canadian comedy crime film.[1] Written and directed by Manon Briand, the film stars Stéphanie Lapointe as Émilie, a coat check clerk at a Montreal nightclub who decides to return a coat left behind one night by a woman who took a drug overdose in the club, only to find herself embroiled in the city's criminal underground.[1] Her only ally in the quest is Thomas (Charles-Alexandre Dubé), a regular customer of the club and a potential new love interest for Émilie.

Liverpool was Briand's first film since 2002's Chaos and Desire.[1]

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