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Canada Now 2019: For Those Who Don’t Read Me (À Tous Ceux Qui Ne Me Lisent Pas)

Curzon Soho

27 April 2019 · 1:00pm

Curzon Soho, 99 Shaftesbury Avenue London W1D 5DY · Get directions

Organised by: Canada Now Film Festival

Certificate: 15

Format: DCP

All his life, Yves has dedicated himself to writing poetry, regardless of the cost to his life and lifestyle. After a chance meeting at a book launch, the now middle aged Yves storms into Dyane’s life, a graphic designer who falls for his charms and invites him into her home and her life. Her son Marc immediately disapproves of this eccentric stranger in his mother’s bed.

Soon enough, however, the studious teenager finds Yves’ rebellious ways attractive and, inspired by the bedraggled poet, begins to explore his own artistic side. Meanwhile, Yves feels increasingly trapped and decides to reinvent himself again. But is it too late?

Loosely based on the life and work of the late Quebec poet Yves Boisvert (1950–2012), Giroux’s debut feature is an impressive tale of one man’s unusual quest for and expression of the meaning of life.

CANADA NOW 2019 is a showcase of New Canadian Cinema in the UK, beginning with a series of screenings, Q&As, talks and panel discussions from the 24th – 28th April in London, featuring nine outstanding new pieces of filmmaking over one invigorating weekend in the heart of London’s West End.

From the 1st May onwards the films will begin a nationwide tour of cinemas and venues across the UK.

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