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Rate This. In the midth Century, as England and France battle over control of Canada, an epic romance between a peasant woman and a trapper unfurls.
Director: Jean Beaudin. Writer: Pierre Billon.
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Father Thomas Blondeau Bianca Gervais Joseph Carignan Vincent Perez Intendant Le Bigot Isabel Richer France Carignan Johanne-Marie Tremblay William Pitt Jason Isaacs Benjamin Franklin Billy Merasty Country: Canada UK France. Runtime: min. Sound Mix: Dolby Digital. Color: Color. Edit Did You Know? Trivia Two versions of the film were shot simultaneously, an English language version titled 'Battle of the Brave' and a French language version titled 'Nouvelle-France'. Alternate Versions Two versions of the film were shot simultaneously, an English language version titled 'Battle of the Brave' and a French language version titled 'Nouvelle-France'.
Add the first question. Who Loves Me? But on July 18 , the eruption of the General Franco-led revolution and the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War all but shut down film production for three years. Under Franco, censorship was rife.
He ushered in an era of young filmmakers who were eager to tell new Spanish stories to both the national population and world audiences. Pedro Almodovar was creating bold experimental films of striking originality and they were being noticed. His mix of melodrama and sexuality and his effortless transition from light to dark in his themes, scenes and imagery has seen him assume the mantle of national treasure in his home land and reverence as one of the great modern international filmmakers.
Having survived the hardships of an oppressive regime determined to silence free thinking, the Spanish film scene emerged stronger for the experience.
The confidence and passion of the nation and its people is on the screen for all to see. This marked the emergence of the "Concha", or shell — the now-iconic award handed to those films and filmmakers whose work is deemed to honour the ideals of the festival — the ongoing liberalisation of cinema and to serve as a showcase for each year's most innovative films.
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