Screening of the Canadian Movie “My Internship in Canada” (“Guibord s'en va-t-en guerre”) (2016; 1 hour 48 minutes; French with English subtitles)
Oscar-nominated Philippe Falardeau’s film is a satirical comedy about an independent MP from Northern Quebec (Patrick Huard) who unexpectedly finds himself holding the tie-breaking vote on whether Canada should go to war in the Middle East. In an attempt to settle the matter, he and his intern, a Haitian immigrant, embark on a grand tour of his constituency to evaluate public opinion.
In the context of National Canadian Film Day 2019
in collaboration with REEL CANADA and the Embassy of Canada