Part of the 16th Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois et francophone de Vancouver
(French Film Festival), Je te mangerais (You Will Be Mine) plays the Festival
on March 3rd at 9:15pm.
leaves her family and moves to Lyons to study piano at the conservatory there. For
economic reasons, she shares an apartment with Emma, a childhood friend, who has
lived alone since her father’s death and her mother abandoned her. Marie submits
to the rules and regulations imposed by her roommate, which become increasingly
oppressive as time goes by. Emma fascinates, dominates, and undermines Marie as
she struggles between her desire for Emma and the urge to escape. Her obsession
drains her energy, and she loses her focus for music.
The 16th Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois et francophone de Vancouver will
take place from March 1st to 12th 2010, screening some 70 short, medium and
feature-length films, including fiction and documentaries, and an impressive
number of Vancouver premières. Screenings will be held in the new auditorium of
the Jules-Verne School, 5445 Baillie Street in Vancouver, at the corner of West
37th Avenue, between Oak Street and Cambie (near the Van Dusen Botanical
Je te mangerais (You Will Be Mine)
Part of the French Film Festival
3 March 2010 at 9:15pm
Jules-Verne School, 5445 Baillie Street, Vancouver
for tickets and information.