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Though many great features and documentaries have provided perspectives on the FLQ Crisis of 1970, the latest by Quebec director Luc Picard finds a fresh and compelling way to portraying these tumultuous events and consider their impact on French-Canadian society. Working from a script by acclaimed writer Nicole Belanger, Picard uses the wider crisis as a backdrop for a smaller-scaled one affecting the young members of a Montreal family. Worried that she and her little brother will be placed in foster care and separated, 12-year-old Manon (Milya Corbeil-Gauvreau) hatches a foolhardy plan to keep them together. Alternately funny, moving and surprising, CROSS MY HEART offers a uniquely kid’s-eye view on a fraught moment in Canadian history.
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Part of: 2018 Kingston Canadian Film Festival
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