Four Anglo-Canadians and a New Yorker find themselves in a two-week long total French immersion program in the fictional, remote town of St-Isidore-du-Coeur-de-Jésus, tucked away somewhere in Northern Quebec. The place is perfect for total immersion since, according to the most recent census, 99% of the population is comprised of pure laine Quebeckers for the most part unilingual French, fervently nationalist, and all, save one person, named Tremblay.
- Stars:Oluniké Adeliyi, Dorothée Berryman, Jean-Guy Bouchard, Pascale Bussières, Martha Burns, Robert Charlebois, Julie Caron, Gavin Crawford, Fred Ewanuick, Colm Feore, Amélie Grenier, Ali Hassan, Yves Jacques, Rita Lafontaine, Diane Lavallée,
- Director:Kevin Tierney,
- Writer:Jefferson Lewis, Kevin Tierney
A contemporary comedy about five Anglo-Canadians - actually four Anglos and a New Yorker - who find themselves in a two-week total immersion French program in a remote town in Northern ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
French Immersion torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Day: MondayDate: 18 Nov 2013 Time: 11.00pmWith: NooneOn: HDTV
(fr) wrote: Warm and a bit esoteric. You kind of think is going to be dull but then it surprises you. Kind of dark on the surface but light on the inside. Characters you begin to care about, even the "bad" ones.
(es) wrote: Hey Van Wilder. If this is a freshman year prequel, it means it took place in the late 90s. Well guess what? I saw an iPhone. Are the film makers really that stupid?
(ru) wrote: A funny romantic comedy
(nl) wrote: "Presumed Innocent" is an elegant courtroom drama that is good enough to achieve the "slightly more engaging than usual" status.
(es) wrote: Notice how Elmo is on the cover? Guess what? He's nowhere in sight in this movie. Its still a fun road trip movie with all our favorite Sesame Street charactors
(br) wrote: Good movie... not A FILM though... a movie. The laughs were fairly original and the chemistry between the characters was awesome to watch