The Black Sheep

Directed by Jacques Godbout
1992    3h 51m
From coast to coast, from St. John's, Newfoundland to Vancouver, British Columbia, Jacques Godbout films a documentary chronicle of the political turnaround that was to follow the Meech Lake Accord. Following the Meech referendum, Quebec and Canada found themselves at an impasse after a long and ultimately fruitless negotiation, various social and political actors spoke out. Their comments, linked to film clips on the lives of important Canadian politicians (Sir Georges-Étienne Cartier, John A. Macdonald, Louis-Joseph Papineau...), draw parallels between the speeches of yesterday and those of the post-Meech era.
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Cast of The Black Sheep
  • Denys ArcandSelf
  • Julie BouchardSelf
  • Lucien BouchardSelf
  • Robert BourassaSelf
  • Michel BourdonSelf
  • Michel BélangerSelf
  • Jean CampeauSelf
  • Normand ChouinardSelf
  • Jean ChrétienSelf
  • Denis CoderreSelf
  • Gilles DuceppeSelf
  • Mario DumontSelf
  • Joseph FacalSelf
  • Jacques GodboutSelf
  • Richard B. HoldenSelf
  • Jean LapierreSelf
  • Françoise LaporteSelf - judge
  • Gérald LaroseSelf
  • Daniel LatoucheSelf
  • Michel LeonardSelf
  • Brian MulroneySelf
  • Louise O'NeillSelf
  • Jacques ParizeauSelf
  • Claude RyanSelf
  • Jean-François SimardSelf
  • Keith SpicerSelf
  • Augustin St-LaurentSelf
  • Pierre VallièresSelf
  • Denise VerreaultSelf

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