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A cinematic tract, a personal, activist work by a socially committed Québec filmmaker, this is a frontal assault, fraught with exacerbated emotion and concentrated philosophy, on a “consumer society” viewed as the ultimate embodiment of evil. This film was made during an exceptional, feverish period of popular revolt, against the backdrop of the 1970 October Crisis.
1973, 113 min 20 s
Cash prize of 3,000$ given by "Association québécoise des critiques de cinéma"
Prix de la Critique 1977
February 16 1978, Montréal - Canada
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