Lucien Brouillard

Lucien Brouillard is a 1983 French Canadian political drama film directed by Bruno Carrière. It stars Pierre Curzi, Roger Blay and Marie Tifo.

Lucien Brouillard
Directed byBruno Carrière
Produced by
  • Marc Daigle
  • René Gueissaz
Written by
  • Bruno Carrière
  • Jacques Jacob
  • Jacques Paris
Music byYves Laferrière
CinematographyPierre Mignot
Edited byMichel Arcand
Release date
  • 21 March 1983 (1983-03-21)
Running time
90 minutes

The film received six Genie Award nominations in 1984, for Best Motion Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Director, Best Art Director and Best Costume Design.[1]


Lucien Brouillard is a radical political activist whose aggressive efforts to combat injustice often lands him in trouble and leads him to neglect his wife Alice and their baby. The situation deteriorates when he unexpectedly encounters his childhood friend Martineau, a rich lawyer who has a close relationship with the Prime Minister.



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