|Directed by||Marie-Hélène Cousineau|
|Produced by||Amos Adetuyi|
|Written by||Michelle Derosier|
|Based on||Angelique Abandoned|
by James R. Stevens
|Music by||Darren Fung|
|Edited by||Wiebke von Carolsfeld|
Circle Blue Entertainment
Angelique's Isle is a Canadian historical drama film, directed by Marie-Hélène Cousineau and Michelle Derosier and released in 2018. Based on a true story set in 1845, the film stars Julia Jones as Angelique Mott, an Anishinaabe woman who accompanies her voyageur husband Charlie (Charlie Carrick) on an expedition to search for potential mining sites during the Copper Rush, only for the couple to be abandoned on an island in Lake Superior and forced to survive the harsh winter on their own.
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