How My Mother Gave Birth to Me During Menopause
|How My Mother Gave Birth to Me During Her Menopause|
|Directed by||Sébastien Rose|
|Produced by||Roger Frappier
|Written by||Sébastien Rose|
|Edited by||Dominique Fortin|
How My Mother Gave Birth to Me During Menopause (French: Comment ma mère accoucha de moi durant sa ménopause) is a film by Canadian director Sébastien Rose, released in 2003. The film won that year's Claude Jutra Award for the best Canadian feature film by a first-time director.
How My Mother Gave Birth to Me During Her Menopause is about Jean-Charles (Paul Ahmarani), a 30-year-old working on his thesis about men’s role in a post-feminist world, who lives with his domineering mother (Micheline Lanctôt) and sister (Sylvie Moreau), both of whom are sleeping with the gardener (Patrick Huard). To further complicate matters, Jean-Charles is having an affair with his shrink (Anne-Marie Cadieux) who reports back to his mother.
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