DAILY FILM DOSE: A Daily Film Appreciation and Review Blog: July 2015

Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Mon Oncle Antoine

Regarded by many as the greatest Canadian film ever made. The story of a rural and wintery Quebec mining town as seen through eyes of a young teenage boy, Antoine is deservedly revered for it's poetic depiction of an aging and soon to be outmoded way of life, a timeless classic, John Ford-worthy elegance transplanted to a French-Canadian winter.