A Woman in Transit

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A Woman in Transit
(La Femme de l'hôtel)
Directed by Léa Pool
Produced by Bernadette Payeur
Written by Robert Gurik
Michel Langlois
Léa Pool
Starring Paule Baillargeon
Louise Marleau
Music by Yves Laferrière
Cinematography Georges Dufaux
Edited by Michel Arcand
Distributed by J.-A. Lapointe Films
Release date
  • August 21, 1984 (1984-08-21)
Running time
89 minutes
Country Canada
Language French
Budget $ 562,000 (estimated)

A Woman in Transit (French: La Femme de l'hôtel) is a 1984 Canadian French-language drama film directed by Léa Pool.

Plot[edit]

Andrea Richler (Paule Baillargeon) is a well-known director who returns to her home town of Montreal to film a high-budget musical drama. At her hotel, she has a brief but unsettling encounter with a suicidal elderly woman named Estelle (Louise Marleau). This is briefly forgotten until later when she meets the old lady again and with mounting incredulity Andrea discovers that the actual events in the woman's life mirror the fictional events in the director's film.

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