Having spent her life on agricultural lands in Quebec, and work with those who became her documentary subject, Kathleen Cousineau took a different turn to art, believing that it’s easy to avoid getting bogged down on the land! First of everything, she went to Cégep of Saint-Hyacinthe in Arts and Letters, and therefore, took a year in Art History at the University of Quebec in Montreal. At this same university, she made her film learning path. She was inspired by Réjean Ducharme for a short film fiction, St-Henri’s neighborhood for a documentary-essay and now these south-men grazed for a second documentary. She focuses her interests on identity and ethnic issues in Quebec, to keep going in her life.