Canada Day

It’s Wednesday, so therefore it must be time for another one of my Harbourfront Free Flicks screenings!

I know, I’m a broken record on this. But honestly, when the series ends we slide right into TIFF, and does anyone really want that?

Anyway, this week we have another all-Canadian delight: Philippe Falardeau’s My Internship in Canada, a charmingly weird 2015 comedy starring Patrick Huard as a Quebec politician who winds up holding the deciding vote on a war resolution, and finds himself pressured on all sides, and torn between his hawkish wife (the very funny Suzanne Clement) and their pacifist daughter.

It’s a great little movie and I’m very happy to be able to screen it tonight. Here, check out my TIFF 2015 interview with Falardeau, Huard and Clement and see if that doesn’t pull you down to the waterfront.

Show starts at 8:45 pm! Hope to see you there!

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