In Manhattan, Eurasian acting student Julia Chamonix (Ha Phuong) is unable to enjoy the privileged life she shares with her doting father (Andrew McCarthy). Haunted by the tragic early ...
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Montréal, juin 1995. Jeune délinquant, Miron fait la fête au lieu d'aller à l'école. Ses parents, tous deux professeurs d'université, forcent alors leur fils à les suivre à la campagne dans... See full summary »
-Hubert is a talented tattoo artist. In spite of himself, he is also the handsome boy who turns heads wherever he goes. Love is not at the top of his priorities and neither is the family. ... See full summary »
An anti-love story about Delphine, a dancer living in New York. Despite her best intentions to keep her relationships casual and simple in the infamous city, she falls hard for a sexy and ... See full summary »
Le quotidien de quatre copains oeuvrant dans l'industrie du spectacle québécois présenté sous la forme d'une série de réflexions sur les ambitions et les échecs professionnels, l'inspiration artistique et les valeurs morales.
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Enquêteur à la Section des crimes majeurs, Victor est de retour en fonction après une mission qui a mal tourné. Alors qu'il reprend le dessus et que sa vie personnelle semble pleine de ... See full summary »
In Manhattan, Eurasian acting student Julia Chamonix (Ha Phuong) is unable to enjoy the privileged life she shares with her doting father (Andrew McCarthy). Haunted by the tragic early death of her mother-a former star actress and singer in Vietnam-and likewise haunted by a secret desire she has to hide from the world, Julia struggles in her acting studies under renowned coach Igor (Richard Chamberlain). However, her ambitions to emulate her mother's success are thwarted by her severe difficulties with the English language. Her only confidante is her wise Vietnamese grandmother (Kieu Chinh), but even with her she limits what she confides. Meanwhile she begins to experience recurrent nightmares in which she relives the car accident that killed her mother. Caught between two very different cultures, East and West, Julia questions if she will ever fit in anywhere. As she attempts to understand who she is and how to forge a more confident identity from both parts of her birthright, her ...Written by
I originally went out to NYC cinema to see another film, but when it sold out I ended up watching Finding Julia... THANK GOD because I have a feeling this movie was even better than what I went to see! Best surprise I've had in awhile. I've been researching Ha Phuong since I left the theatre and WOW what a talent.
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