La rue Yonge
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An authentic public crier, Daniel Richer, alias "Laflèche", is half American-Indian, half French, mixed and proud of his roots. As well as being handsome, quick-minded and spiritual, he expresses himself with humor. Daniel takes Yonge Street, also known as Route 11, in Toronto. His goal? Ojibwa Keeshigun, the grand Native Indian pow-wow to be held at the old Fort William in Thunder Bay. Before he gets there, however, there is a long route to cross, with many adventures to experience, acquaintances to see again, unexpected encounters to make. There will be funny moments, original characters, action, music, odours and breaths, all linked so closely to life.

1997
Canada
26:20
Original language
French

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Credits

Direction
Jonny Silver
Photography
Ljubomir Sasic
Sound
Don Grundsten
Editing
Gino Zolezzi
Mixing
Terry Wedel
Music
Svetlan Milosevic
Participants
Daniel Richer
Production
Médiatique Inc.
Danièle Caloz

Technical information

Color
Color
Image format
4:3
Keywords
Trip, Landscape, Music, Meeting