Pascal Plante

  • Pascal Plante – Les faux tatouages AKA Fake Tattoos (2017)

    Pascal Plante2011-2020CanadaDramaRomance
    Les faux tatouages (2017)
    Les faux tatouages (2017)

    Theo spends his 18th birthday alone, getting drunk at a punk rock show. There, he meets Mag, a teenage girl who invites him to spend the night at her place. A love story starts between them, but Theo has to leave the city at the end of summer.Read More »

  • Pascal Plante – Les chambres rouges AKA Red Rooms (2023)

    Pascal Plante2021-2030CanadaDrama
    Les chambres rouges (2023)
    Les chambres rouges (2023)

    The high-profile case of serial killer Ludovic Chevalier has just gone to trial, and Kelly-Anne is obsessed. When reality blurs with her morbid fantasies, she goes down a dark path to seek the final piece of the puzzle: the missing video of a murdered 13-year-old girl, to whom Kelly-Anne bears a disturbing resemblance.
    An element of the film I found most intriguing were the various people who were defending Chevalier. Whether it’s the very misguided Clementine, or even his defense lawyer, its uncomfortable to hear people supporting someone who so obviously did the crime. Yet there are people out there like this, so I think its nice to spotlight them. There were a ton of parallels between Clem in particular, as the Manson followers who stood outside his trial. So there’s a bit of catharsis that reveals itself as both Clem and Kelly-Anne are forced to reckon with their feelings as more evidence is unveiled.Read More »

  • Pascal Plante – Nadia, Butterfly (2020)

    2011-2020CanadaDramaPascal Plante

    While young and in her prime, Nadia decides to retire from pro swimming after the Olympic Games; to escape a rigid life of sacrifice. After her very last race, Nadia drifts into nights of excess punctuated by episodes of self-doubt. But even this transitional numbness cannot conceal her true inner quest: defining her identity outside the world of elite sports.

    Official Selection Festival de Cannes 2020.Read More »

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