The Times That Are
|The Times That Are|
|Le règne du jour|
|Directed by||Pierre Perrault|
|Produced by||Jacques Bobet|
Guy L. Côté
|Music by||Jean-Marie Cloutier|
|Edited by||Yves Leduc|
|August 12, 1967|
The Times That Are (French: Le règne du jour) is a Canadian documentary film, which was directed by Pierre Perrault and released in 1967. A sequel to his 1963 film Pour la suite du monde, the film follows Alexis Tremblay and his family on a trip to France to visit their ancestral roots in Normandy and Brittany.
The film was a Canadian Film Award finalist for Best Feature Film at the 20th Canadian Film Awards in 1968, but did not win. It was followed by The River Schooners (Les voitures d'eau), the third and final film in Perrault's "Île-aux-Coudres Trilogy", in 1968.
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