A Parisian named Cartier living in Quebec City and employee of a major English Canadian insurance company is promoted to a job in Vancouver. He brings along his annoying and hyperactive ...
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A Parisian named Cartier living in Quebec City and employee of a major English Canadian insurance company is promoted to a job in Vancouver. He brings along his annoying and hyperactive Quebecquer wife and his two young kids. Rolling on a trailer van and with no knowledge of the English language, it becomes a Trans-Canadian wacky journey for the French-speaking family, and might influence Mr.Cartier to reconsider accepting this important position...Written by
Dominique Michel as 12 year old Rene and 13 year old Regis Simard's mother is hilarious in her role, and so are all of the cast- with a well- directed story line... .. The trials of trying to be bilingual, or pretending to be, and the hilarious consequences, will keep you rolling off your chair for over an hour ! The gas station dialogue is the funniest, and the mishaps with the trailer in Vancouver alone, make it worth seeing, again, and again !!! I saw it in 1974 and would like to see it again and \ or buy a copy. If the owners distributed it again in theatres, it would still be very popular with a new generation of English and French movie goers.. Does anyone know where I can rent or buy a copy???? Please contact email@example.com
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