A Life Begins

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A Life Begins
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Directed by Michel Monty
Produced by Pierre Even
Josée Vallée
Written by Michel Monty
Starring Julie LeBreton
Raymond Cloutier
Rita Lafontaine
François Papineau
Charles-Antoine Perreault
Production
company
Cirrus Communications
Item 7
Distributed by Alliance Vivafilm
Release date
  • November 21, 2010 (2010-11-21) (Paris Semaine du Québec)
  • January 21, 2011 (2011-01-21) (Canada)
Country Canada
Language French

A Life Begins (French: Une vie qui commence) is a 2010 Canadian French language drama film set in the sixties directed and written by Michel Monty, his debut long feature.

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Following the death of his doctor father (François Papineau) from an overdose of prescription drugs, 12-year-old Étienne Charles-Antoine Perreault starts down the same path in an obsessive attempt to both replace and honor his memory.[1]

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