|Directed by||Jean-François Pouliot|
Based on the 2000s television sitcom Les Bougon, the film is a political satire in which Paul Bougon (Rémy Girard) enters politics, starting his own political party and catching a populist wave that results in his being elected as the new Premier of Quebec. All of the actors from the television series reprised their original roles, with the exception that the role of adopted daughter Mao was recast.
The film was a shortlisted finalist for the Prix du public, an audience-voted fan award, at the 19th Prix Iris. It was the second most successful Quebec film of 2016 at the box office, behind The 3 L'il Pigs 2 (Les 3 p'tits cochons 2).
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- "Votez Bougon franchit le cap des 2 millions $". La Presse, January 12, 2017.
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