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Fleur bleue

1971
1h 21m
Drama/Romance
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Cast

Steve Fiset (Jean-Pierre Fortier)Susan Sarandon (Elizabeth Hawkins)Céline Bernier (Michelle)Jean-Pierre Cartier (Dock)Carole Laure (Suzanne)Gerard Parkes (Le Professeur)Paul Berval (Le Prêtre)Richard Comar (L'Hippie)Patrick Conlon (Freddy)Dorothy Davis (Professeur d'Anglais)Nana de Varennes (Femme dans l'Eglise)Barbara Fiset (1ère Caissière)Candy Greene (Fille dans le Discothèque)Frank Heron (Directeur d'Emploi)Arril Johnson (Eclairagiste)Helen Keenan (Touriste Américaine)Gaétan Lafrance (Constable)Don MacIntyre (Commis de Boutique)

Director

Larry Kent

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Synopsis

-In Montréal (Canada), Jean-Pierre is fired on the set of a TV commercial where he's an apprentice technician. He's penniless, behind on his rent, with a thin resume and no college units. He has a fiancée, Michelle, but his head is turned by a free-spirited model, from the U.S., who saw him being fired and comes to his flat to apologize. She's Elizabeth, a combination of feckless innocence and sexual freedom. Jean-Pierre borrows money from his outlaw friend, Dock, and buys clothes to impress Elizabeth. Soon he's sleeping with her, and he pulls a theft with Dock to get money to take her to Acapulco. Michelle tries to bring him back to her orbit. Is there a way out for Jean-Pierre?

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