Almanach 1999-2000

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Almanach 1999-2000
Directed by Denys Desjardins
Produced by National Film Board of Canada
Written by Denys Desjardins
Music by Miriodor
Cinematography Jean-Pierre Saint-Louis
Edited by Vincent Guignard
Distributed by National Film Board of Canada
Release date
  • 1999 (1999)
Running time
48 minutes
Country Canada
Language French

Almanach 1999-2000 is a 1999 Canadian documentary film by Quebec film director Denys Desjardins produced by the National Film Board of Canada (NFB).


At the brink of year 2000, a time when Nostradamus and other prophets predicted doomsday, a cosmic meltdown, Almanach 1999-2000 takes a humorous look at the world of divination. A fiscinating trip to the very heart of the strange, this film opens up the spheres of the paranormal, giving us an opportunity to discover an entire gallery of colourful personalities (psychic, astrologist, prophet, sceptic, philosopher, grower, etc.) who manage to cast doubt on our entire relationship with the future.


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