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Two Solitudes (film)

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Director  Lionel Chetwynd
Music director  Maurice Jarre
Duration  
5.6/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama, History
Screenplay  Lionel Chetwynd
Country  Canada
Release date  September 29, 1978
Based on  Two Solitudes by Hugh MacLennan
Writer  Lionel Chetwynd, Hugh MacLennan (novel)
Initial release  September 29, 1978 (Canada)
Cast  Stacy Keach (Huntley McQueen), Jean-Pierre Aumont (Jean-Claude Tallard), Chris Wiggins (Capitain Yardley), Gloria Carlin (Kathleen Tallard), Claude Jutra (Father Beaubien)
Similar movies  The Piano Mans Daughter (2003), Hotel du Nord (1938), Wicked City (1949), Rachel - Rachel (1968), The Tracey Fragments (2007)

Two Solitudes is a 1978 motion picture, written and directed by Lionel Chetwynd, based on the 1945 novel by Hugh MacLennan.

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Synopsis

A big-budget tax shelter film of Hugh MacLennan’s famous novel about French-English relations in Quebec during the 1920s and 1930s directed by screenwriter Lionel Chetwynd, coming off his Oscar nomination for The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz.

Cast

  • Jean-Pierre Aumont as Jean-Claude Tallard
  • Stacy Keach as Huntley McQueen
  • Gloria Carlin as Kathleen Tallard
  • Chris Wiggins as Captain Yardley
  • Claude Jutra as Father Beaubien
  • Raymond Cloutier as Marius Tallard
  • Jean-Louis Roux as Cardinal
  • Louis Negin
  • Murray Westgate as the Prime Minister of Canada
  • References

    Two Solitudes (film) Wikipedia
    Two Solitudes (film) IMDb


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