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J'ai tué me mère (2013)

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Synopsis

The film focuses on Hubert Minel, a 16-year-old Québécois living in suburban Montreal with his single mother, Chantale. Beautifully capturing the anxieties of a mother-son relationship, as well as their inability to re-affirm their love for each other, Dolan made a movie that tackles a variety of issues including bullying, the difficulties of single parenting, and many specific challenges facing queer youth.

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Movie Details

Domestic Releases: March 13th, 2013 (Limited) by Kino Lorber, released as I Killed My Mother
Video Release: August 16th, 2013 by Kino Video
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 96 minutes
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Keywords: LGBT, Bullies, Coming of Age, Dysfunctional Family, Autobiographical, Screenplay Written By the Star, Directing Yourself
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Mifilifilms
Production Countries: Canada

Leading Cast

   Minel

Supporting Cast

Anne Dorval    Chantale
Suzanne Clement   
Francois Arnaud   
Patricia Tulasne   

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Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Xavier Dolan    Screenwriter
Xavier Dolan    Producer
Anette Belley    Production Designer
Helene Girard    Editor
Nicholas Savard-L'Herbier    Composer
Stéphanie Weber-Biron    Director of Photography
Xavier Dolan    Art Director
Nicole Pelletier    Costume Designer
Sylvain Brassard    Sound Mixer

The bold credits above the line are the "above-the-line" credits, the other the "below-the-line" credits.

Limited Releases: Go For Broke

March 15th, 2013

It is a pretty busy week for limited releases with a number of them that could do well. Blancanieves should do well in art house cinemas, but it is too out there for mainstream success. Likewise, From Up on Poppy Hill should draw in fans of Anime, but there are not enough of them to allow the film to expand significantly. Ginger and Rosa has more appeal to mainstream audiences and strong buzz, but its reviews are only good and not great. Spring Breakers is also earning reviews that are good, but not great. However, it has a planned wide opening next week, so unless that falls apart, it will be the biggest hit on this week's list. More...

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