Mi tío Antoine


Mi tío Antoine
Mi tío Antoine
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Traveling, having adventures, falling in love, action and many more actions are what you can do through movies and Mi tío Antoine is a film that will not leave you disappointed.
The film could be seen from year 1971.
The professionalism with which they act Jacques Gagnon, Lyne Champagne, Jean Duceppe, Olivette Thibault, Claude Jutra, allows us to focus even more on the message and enjoy the story.

The direction of the film has been wonderful since it came from the hand of Claude Jutra.
The information and background that can be drawn from these 104 min. of film is very broad.
Canada it has been the country that has given us this great movie.

The way the story is told is wonderful and this result is thanks to the fact that the script was in the hands of Claude Jutra, Clément Perron.
The production company Office National du Film du Canada (ONF) has achieved excellent results thanks to its initial bet on this story.
Jean Cousineau and his team have managed to make the soundtrack of this film envelop you in the evolution of the events and enhance the sensations.

The photography of this film has been spectacular for us and this result has been thanks to the work of Michel Brault.
Perhaps a large part of the success of this film is that it has been a success to expose this story and these messages from a Drama genre.


Critics Mi tío Antoine

Mon oncle Antoine. Magic hypnotically rooted in banal authenticity. Mess quelle
Defective, but effective. It still haunts me after 30 years. Overrated
Amazing. A great example of a film that illustrates the gulf between critics and the general public. Absolute waste of time
More here than some give you credit for. As much as the film's natural backdrop, MON ONCLE ANTOINE is more congenitally formidable than poignant. Unsatisfactory and unresolved
Often considered the best feature film in Canada. Good, but not great. Mon oncle Antoine
It stands out for its tenderness and humor. That is all? That's all there is?. Not worth being rated as the best Canadian film
It will attract if you are a certain type of movie buff. Slower than molasses in a Québec January. Impressive coming-of-age story
Tired of that crazy life in the city ???. It is not the best film in Canada. A frying pan for Mon Oncle Antoine
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