Jean Pierre Lefebvre

Jean Pierre Lefebvre – Les dernières fiançailles AKA The Last Betrothal (1973)

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The sweet life of a couple together for seventy years. After another cardiac incident, Armand knows he doesn’t have much time left. But after all these years in the same house, he doesn’t want to die somewhere else. His wife Rose has secretly decided she will die as she lived: with him. Read More »

Jean Pierre Lefebvre – Le vieux pays où Rimbaud est mort AKA The Old Country Where Rimbaud Died (1977)

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Forty-year old Abel travels to France from Quebec on a pilgrimage to explore the mother country and the land of his ancestors. As he travels around and does all the things tourists are supposed to do, his expectations and perceptions are shattered and he is forced to revise his romanticized image of France. As he travels to see the places where Rimbaud was born, lived, and died, he meets two women who show him the warmth and kindness he was searching for. Read More »

Jean Pierre Lefebvre – Q-bec My Love, ou Un succès commercial (1970)

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This film, a kind of sketch, is directed with total freedom, without any concession to any kind of censorship. It seeks to remind the viewer that voyeurism stems from the way we look at things and human beings, not from the things and human beings themselves. Read More »