Since February 26, the successful Quebec film La Déesse des Mouches à Feu has been back in theaters. Caroline Néron made a great return to the game there after many years, and it was an extraordinary experience for her. The fact that her performance as the main protagonist's mother was unanimously acclaimed warms her heart and our entire team!
We strongly encourage you to go support what is a great critical success as well as a favorite of the public.
Based on a novel by Geneviève Pettersen
The Saguenéenne author was inspired by her youth to tell the story of Catherine, a 16-year-old young woman who goes through all sorts of experiences in the mid-90s. She will experience all the contradictions of adolescence through the alcohol, drugs and the pitfalls of all kinds that punctuate his transition to adulthood.
Geneviève Pettersen's novel has been praised for its realism and humanity. Catherine Léger wrote the screenplay.
Directed by Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette
The filmmaker, known among other things for her hit film The Ring as well as Inch'Allah, has also published La Femme qui Fuit, a novel that has become a big favorite with the public.
A wonderful cast
Caroline Néron embodies Catherine's mother, brilliantly played by the young Kelly Depeault, and the role of her father is assumed by the popular actor Normand D'Amour.
Movie theaters are now reopened with safe sanitary procedures. The film, which was number 1 in Quebec before the confinement of the 2nd wave of COVID-19, is back in theaters in most regions of Quebec. The current context is the time or never to be in solidarity with Quebec creators. Good film!