The Bottle (2000 film)

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The Bottle
La bouteille
Directed byAlain Desrochers
Produced byChristian Larouche
François Pouliot
Written byAlain Desrochers
Benoît Guichard
StarringRéal Bossé
François Papineau
Jean Lapointe
Music byFM Le Sieur
CinematographyYves Bélanger
Edited byÉric Drouin
Production
companies
Cinepix
YUL Films
Distributed byLions Gate Films
Release date
October 13, 2000
Running time
107 min.
CountryCanada
LanguageFrench

The Bottle (French: La bouteille) is a Canadian comedy-drama film, directed by Alain Desrochers and released in 2000.[1] The film stars Réal Bossé and François Papineau as Réal and François, two longtime friends who decide to recover a beer bottle, containing a paper on which they wrote down their hopes and dreams for the future, which they buried 15 years earlier in the back yard of Antoine (Jean Lapointe), a grumpy old man.[1]

The film's cast also includes Hélène Loiselle, Pascale Bussières, Louis Champagne, Sylvie Moreau and Jean-Pierre Ferland.[2]

Desrochers received a Genie Award nomination for Best Director at the 21st Genie Awards.[3] At the 3rd Jutra Awards, Papineau was nominated for Best Actor, Loiselle was nominated for Best Actress, and Moreau was nominated for Best Supporting Actress.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Bouteille, La – Film d’Alain Desrochers". Films du Québec, January 5, 2009.
  2. ^ "Half full: La Bouteille is promising debut for video director Alain DesRochers". Montreal Gazette, October 20, 2000.
  3. ^ "Coast-to- coast slate of nominees vies for 21st annual awards". National Post, December 13, 2000.
  4. ^ "Film-makers ride new wave to Jutras". Montreal Gazette, February 24, 2001.

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