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by Carole Laure


Rose hardly ever tells lies. She has a natural elegance and sincerity that few 20-year-old girls possess. However, neither her friends nor her boyfriend know about her difficult past. She’s managed to hide it well, even though she is still haunted by her father’s violence. She lives with her boyfriend Nathan in Montreal. After a two-year absence, she goes back to visit her mother and brother Félix in her native suburb. The family situation hasn’t changed. She’s worried about their future and so decides to intervene in their lives. With the help of two boys, Rose kidnaps and shuts her father away in an apartment rented for this purpose. The young girl tries to change him through beauty. But Rose’s fierce determination comes up against her father’s unyielding resistance. So it’s Rose who changes and gradually becomes the head of the family...

original title: La Capture
country: France, Canada
sales agent: Pyramide International
year: 2007
genre: fiction
directed by: Carole Laure
film run: 92'
release date: FR 18/06/2008
cast: Catherine de Léan, Laurent Lucas, Francis Ducharme, Pascale Bussières, Alexandre Harvey-Cormier
cinematography by: Daniel Jobin
film editing: Véronique Parnet
costumes designer: Véronique Gagnon
music: Jeff Fisher
producer: Lyse Lafontaine, Jean-François Lepetit, Carole Laure, Michael Mosca
production: Flach Film, Equinoxe Films, Productions Laure
distributor: Pierre Grise Distribution
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