How My Mother Gave Birth to Me During Menopause

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How My Mother Gave Birth to Me During Her Menopause
Directed by Sébastien Rose
Produced by Roger Frappier
Luc Vendal
Written by Sébastien Rose
Starring Micheline Lanctôt
Paul Ahmarani
Sylvie Moreau
Patrick Huard
Anne-Marie Cadieux
Cinematography Nicolas Bolduc
Edited by Dominique Fortin
Release date
2003 (Canada)
Running time
99 minutes
Country Canada
Language French

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.[1]

The film's cast includes Micheline Lanctôt, Paul Ahmarani, Lucie Laurier, Sylvie Moreau, Patrick Huard and Anne-Marie Cadieux.

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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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