Notre Dame de Moncton
Anna (Laurie Gagné) is about to reconnect with Jason (Thomas Lapointe), the son she was forced to place for adoption almost 20 years ago. Stressed and unable to complete this meeting, she finds refuge hiding in the basement of an elderly couple. A dramatic event brings Anna to forge an impromptu relationship with Victorine (Louise Turcot). The strange cohabitation of these two women will help them find the courage to face their trials.
Denise Bouchard has occupied the Acadian cultural landscape since the eighties. A talented and versatile artist, she has been offered many leading roles in theatre, film and television. In addition to her great versatility as an actress, she collaborates more and more as a script consultant, as well as in directing. She wrote and directed her first short film Bascule in 2016. A Telefilm Canada fellow in 2019, she directed and wrote her first feature film Pour mieux t'aimer, The Léonard-Forest Wave Award in 2019 and two awards at the Bayou Film International Festival in Louisiana. Notre Dame de Moncton is his second fiction feature .