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Canada’s Top Ten: Corbo

Fri & Sat, Mar 20 & 21 / 7 pm
Sun, Mar 22 / 7 pm
Directed by Mathieu Denis
2014, Canada, 119 min
French w/English subtitles

“Mathieu Denis’ gripping solo directorial debut examines the rise of the Front de libération du Québec (FLQ) — the militant separatist group that precipitated the October Crisis of 1970 — through the eyes of 16-year-old Jean Corbo. Radicalized by a variety of factors… the fearless and committed Jean joins a student cell and rises quickly through the FLQ ranks. Beautifully crafted and rigorously intelligent.”– Steve Gravestock

Generously  sponsored by IATSE 856 and Radio Canada Manitoba and presented with Tiff Canada’s Top Ten. 

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Reviews

Stunning. The events documented here in thrilling detail give rise to the radical October Crisis of 1970. Corbo evokes The Battle of Algiers...exceptionally crafted.
- Pat Mullen, Cinemablographer
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