Niv Fichman, Debra Hauer
| 5.6/10 |
| Robert Lepage, Céline Bonnier, Boyd Clack, Normand Bissonnette, Michael Benson|
The Top of His Head, Far Side of the Moon, Child Under a Leaf, Horsey, Hurt
Tectonic Plates is a 1992 independent Canadian film directed by Peter Mettler. Mettler also wrote the screenplay based on the play by Robert Lepage. The film stars Marie Gignac, Céline Bonnier and Robert Lepage.
Tectonic Plates (film) Wikipedia
Madeleine (played by Marie Gignac) is studying art in Montreal, Canada. When her beloved professor (played by Robert Lepage) disappears, Madeleine decides to kill herself in the romantic setting of Venice. However, drug addict Constance (played by Céline Bonnier) dissuades her. Meanwhile, the professor has moved to New York, where he becomes a successful transvestite talk show host under the name of Jennifer.
The film won the Catholic Film Critics Award at the Mannheim-Heidelberg International Filmfestival. It was also nominated for a Genie Award for Best Achievement in Art Direction.