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Pour toujours, les Canadiens!2009

Pour toujours, les Canadiens! (2009)





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A child with a love for hockey inspires an ensemble of demoralized people to go on.


Dhanaé Audet-Beaulieu
as William Lanctôt-Couture
Antoine L'Écuyer
as Daniel Delage
Pierre-Paul Alain
as Denis Beaulieu
Denis Bernard
as Dr. Antoine Hébert
Jean Lapointe
as Gerry Thibodeau
Claude Legault
as Coach Bordeleau
Sylvie Boucher
as Françoise, monteuse
Michel Mpambara
as Chauffeur de taxi africain
Pierre Mailloux
as Chauffeur de taxi québécois
Michelle Sirois
as Infirmière dialyse #1
Emmanuel Charest
as Père de Dominique
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Celebrating 100 years of the Montreal Canadians, Pour Toujours Les Canadiens is a fine tribute to the legendary Hockey franchise. Here we have a good story surrou8nding the team, and for what the filmmakers have assembled here, it's a surprising treat for fans of the team or Hockey in general. Being born near Montreal, I very much enjoyed the film, and of course being a Quebecois, I always loved the team. The history of the team is interwoven in the main plot, and the story has a good dose of drama that is engaging from start to finish. However, it's not a perfect film; but overall, it's a satisfying affair that is well worth seeing if you love the Habs. The story is very thought out considering the filmmakers were able to add the history of the team. I thought that the film was very good, and it was also a fine tribute to the history of the team. The cast do a fine job here as well, and there are some fine performances here. The team itself makes an appearance on camera, which is of course the highlight of the film. Along with that, it's an engaging picture, one that definitely should be seen by fans of the sport. The film has its flaws, but it's a film that manages to work around its shortcomings to really make it a worthwhile viewing, as well as a celebration of 100 years of Montreal Canadians.

Alex roy
Alex roy

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