Lost Song

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For the video game, see Sword Art Online: Lost Song. For the anime, see Lost Song (anime).
Lost Song
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Rodrigue Jean
Produced by Rodrigue Jean
François Landry
Written by Rodrigue Jean
Starring Suzie LeBlanc
Patrick Goyette
Ginette Morin
Marilou Longpré Pilon
Louise Turcot
Cinematography Mathieu Laverdière
Edited by Mathieu Bouchard-Malo
Distributed by Transmar Films
Release date
  • September 6, 2008 (2008-09-06) (Toronto)
Running time
102 minutes
Country Canada
Language French

Lost Song is a 2008 film by Canadian director Rodrigue Jean, his third long feature after Full Blast and Yellowknife. It won the Best Canadian Film Award at the Toronto International Film Festival.


After their first-born baby, Pierre (Patrick Goyette) and Élisabeth (Suzie LeBlanc) drive to the country to stay with his mother. The baby is restless, refusing to eat and having trouble sleeping. Élisabeth perplexed with what to do leaves the baby with her overly attentive mother-in-law Louise (Ginette Morin), spending time with teenaged neighbor Naomi (Marilou Longpré Pilon), and finding comfort in the girl’s friendship.


  • Suzie LeBlanc ... Élisabeth
  • Patrick Goyette ... Pierre
  • Ginette Morin ... Louise
  • Marilou Longpré Pilon ... Naomi
  • Louise Turcot ... Patricia
  • Louis Lafrenière-Audette ... Michel
  • Charles Lafrenière-Audette ... Michel
  • Normand St-Jacques ... Naomi's father
  • Luc Dumais ... Priest
  • Gabrielle Georgieff ... Singer
  • Lina Fortin ... Organist


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