Normande (film)

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Normande
Normande.jpg
La Tête de Normande St-Onge
Directed byGilles Carle
Produced byPierre Lamy
Written byBen Barzman
StarringCarole Laure
Raymond Cloutier
Reynald Bouchard
Music byLewis Furey
CinematographyFrançois Protat
Edited byGilles Carle
Avdé Chiriaeff
Distributed byCinepix
Les Productions Carle-Lamy
Release date
  • August 25, 1975 (1975-08-25)
Running time
103 minutes
CountryCanada
LanguageFrench

Normande (French: La Tête de Normande St-Onge) is a Canadian drama film from Quebec, directed by Gilles Carle and released in 1975.[1] The film stars Carole Laure as the titular Normande St-Onge, a woman who is slowly losing her grip on reality as her difficult circumstances lead her to retreat into a fantasy world.[2]

The film's cast also includes Raymond Cloutier, Reynald Bouchard, Carmen Giroux and Denys Arcand.

Lewis Furey won the Canadian Film Award for Best Musical Score at the 27th Canadian Film Awards for his work on the film.[3] The film was also a nominee for Best Feature Film, but did not win.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "A beautiful woman's insanity both repellent and attractive". The Globe and Mail, October 2, 1976.
  2. ^ "Tête de Normande St-Onge, La – Film de Gilles Carle". Films du Québec, March 3, 2009.
  3. ^ Maria Topalovich, And the Genie Goes To...: Celebrating 50 Years of the Canadian Film Awards. Stoddart Publishing, 2000. ISBN 0-7737-3238-1. pp. 111-114.

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