The primary narrative characteristic helmed by a girl in Quebec is getting a Fiftieth-anniversary restoration and making its U.S. premiere. Mireille Dansereau’s “Dream Life” (“La vie rêvée”), the story of two younger ladies who change into mates after assembly at a Montreal movie manufacturing firm, opens at New York Metropolis’s Metrograph November 4.
“All ladies are considering is their emotions and their crotch,” we’re advised in a brand new trailer for pic. In a snippet of one other scene, a person cat-calling the ladies makes use of the phrase “whore” when his advances are ignored. The French-Canadian drama follows Isabelle (Liliane Lemaître-Auger) and Virginie (Véronique Le Flaguais), who share “their romantic fantasies and disillusions, and [set] out collectively to conduct a type of discipline research in want,” the movie’s synopsis particulars. One of many ladies falls for a married man. “I hardly know him,” she admits. “It’s insane. I do know.”
“Dream Life” was initially launched in 1972.
Dansereau’s different credit embrace 1979’s “Coronary heart Break” (“L’Arrache-coeur”) and 1987’s “Deaf to the Metropolis” (“Le Sourd dans la ville”).