| Andre Forcier|
| September 9, 2011 (2011-09-09)|Coteau Rouge Wikipedia
Coteau Rouge is a 2011 French-Canadian (Quebec) film written and directed by André Forcier and produced by Les Films du Paria.
Another offbeat comedy from André Forcier about the Blanchard family, a tightknit group living in Coteau Rouge on the south shore of St. Lawrence (the film was shot in Longueuil). The grandfather of the clan (Paolo Noël) once was once a fisherman who used to get rid of bodies for the mob. His son (Lepage) runs the local gas station and he has two children, Hélène (Céline Bonnier) and Henri. Hélène is childless, so her mother (Louise Laparé) is carrying her baby; meanwhile, her husband (Roy Dupuis), an unscrupulous entrepreneur, wants to buy up the land to build an up-scale condo. It won Best Canadian Film at the Montreal World Film Festival.