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Directed by  Fernand Dansereau
Cinematography  Alain Dupras
Initial release  6 September 1982 (Canada)
Producer  Gaston Cousineau
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Produced by  Gaston Cousineau
Edited by  José Heppell
Director  Fernand Dansereau
Written by  Fernand Dansereau Bernard Dansereau Florence Bolté Dominique Lévesque
Starring  Marcel Sabourin Genevieve Brassard Hélène Loiselle Gilbert Turp
Screenplay  Fernand Dansereau, Dominique Lévesque, Bernard Dansereau, Florence Bolté
Nominations  Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role
Cast  Marcel Sabourin, Hélène Loiselle, Gilbert Turp, Benjamine Roy, Carole Émond
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Sweet Lies and Loving Oaths (French: Doux aveux) is a Canadian drama film, directed by Fernand Dansereau and released in 1982.

A study of the generation gap, the film centres on Rose-Alma (Hélène Loiselle), a grandmother who wants to reestablish her independence after living with her adult daughter. She moves back out to her own apartment and commences a new relationship with Clovis (Marcel Sabourin), her new landlord.

The film garnered four Genie Award nominations at the 4th Genie Awards in 1983, for Best Actor (Sabourin), Best Actress (Loiselle), Best Supporting Actress (Genevieve Brassard) and Best Original Song ("Doux aveux", by Dansereau and Réjean Marois.)

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