Route 132 (film)

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Route 132
Directed by Louis Bélanger
Produced by
Written by Louis Bélanger
Alexis Martin
Music by Benoît Charest
Cinematography Pierre Mignot
Edited by Claude Palardy
Distributed by Alliance Vivafilm
Release date
Running time
113 minutes
Country Canada
Language French

Route 132 is a Canadian drama film from Quebec, released in 2010. Directed by Louis Bélanger and written by Bélanger and Alexis Martin, the film stars Martin and François Papineau as Bob and Gilles, two men who embark on a road trip and crime spree along Quebec Route 132 following the death of Gilles' son.[1]

The film garnered three Genie Award nominations at the 31st Genie Awards, including Best Actor for Papineau,[2] Best Supporting Actor for Martin and Best Original Screenplay for Bélanger and Martin.


  1. ^ "Route 132: dérives". La Presse, October 2, 2010.
  2. ^ Stone, Jay (2 February 2011). "We dream of Genie". The Edmonton Journal. Retrieved 11 June 2017. 

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