Cheech (film)

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Cheech
Directed by Patrice Sauvé
Produced by Nicole Robert
Written by François Létourneau
Music by Normand Corbeil
Cinematography Yves Bélanger
Edited by Michel Grou
Distributed by Alliance Atlantis Vivafilm (Canada)
Seville Pictures (International)
Running time
105 minutes
Country Canada
Language French

Cheech is a 2006 Canadian comedy-drama film based on a stage play. It is directed by Patrice Sauvé (his feature film directorial debut) and written by François Létourneau with assistance from Linus Scheithauer.

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Ron (Patrice Robitaille) runs an escort service in a rundown part of Montreal. His murder leads to suspicion of a number of suspects. They include Cheech, the rival escort agency owner, and Stephanie, a prostitute who wants to leave the business. The film captures a day in the life of six people whose lives intersect in unexpected ways. Their quest for happiness will reveal each of them to one another in ways they never dreamed of.

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