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Fly (Review)

What is it with these foreign types of films distributed by Travelling? I can see why they have that name. The movies have me traveling to figure out so much. Geez. Our film stars Amy

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L’appartement (Review)

Renovations are fun. Well, maybe not. It’s been so long since I’ve watched anything from Quebec let alone Travelling Distribution, and so I figured this could be a nice start. Our short film begins with

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Maisons Modeles (Review)

Maisons Modeles, a foreign film with a dramatic genre, because, hey, I don’t review an awful lot these days. Anyone is probably guessing which distributor uploaded this and chances are it’s going to be another

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L’Hiver et la Violence (Review)

Six Snowboarders, One Hill, Many Obstacles and Dangers. This little documentary tells the slight story about these young teenagers and their winter wonderland adventures. More like deadly risky dares. Sophie Dupuis takes her camera crew to

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Suivre la piste du renard (Review)

Follow the Fox, but to where? Probably to a movie that actually doesn’t seem awkward. This is the story of Richard (Francis La Haye) and Clement (Mathieu Gosselin), two brothers on a journey through Canada

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Le Pedophile (Review)

Okay, I know I wished for Travelling to be less weird and more artsy, but was this one really necessary? That’s what I asked at first when I discovered the title of this film. After

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