Coyote (1992 film)

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Coyote
Directed by Richard Ciupka
Produced by Henry Lange
Richard Sadler
Ronald Brault
Written by Michel Michaud (novel)
Louise-Anne Bouchard
Richard Ciupka
Richard Sadler
Starring Mitsou
Patrick Labbé
Jean-Claude Dreyfus
Music by Reinhardt Wagner
Cinematography Steve Danyluk
Edited by Jean-Guy Monpetit
Distributed by Alliance Films
Release date
  • June 1992 (1992-06)
Running time
95 minutes (Canada)
99 minutes (UK)
Country Canada
Language French
Box office $228,888 (Canada)

Coyote is a 1992 Canadian and French comedy-drama film based on a novel. The film starred Mitsou who was a very popular singer around the time of release.

The film starred Mitsou as Louise Coyote and Patrick Labbé as two Montreal teenagers who are in love.

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