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George-Yvon Antoine has Haïtian roots. For eight years, he has earned his living as a cab driver in Montréal. The comments of the clients and the harassment he suffers from White drivers are part of his daily life until an incident occurs at the cab station that threatens his job. Who can he trust? Neither the police, nor the cab company recognize that he has been harmed. For George-Yvon Antoine the line has been crossed. In an alliance with other Haïtian cab drivers, he decides to create a new taxi company.

1988
Canada
50:00
Original language
French

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Credits

Direction
Mireille Landry
Garry Beitel
Cast
Georges-Yvon Antoine
Obertz Belfond
Pierre Dorsaint
Roosevelt Pierre
Willy Cicéron
Micheline Antoine
Jean L'Italien
Sylvie Potvin
Screenplay
Mireille Landry
Garry Beitel
Editing
Mireille Landry
Cinematography
Philip Herbison
Camera
Philip Herbison
Sound
Lucien Rainone
Original Score
Richard Angers
Set Photographer
Frédéric Jean
Production
Suzanne Corriveau
Vidéographe

Technical information

Color
Color
Image format
4:3
Sound
Stereo
Keywords
Discrimination, Immigration, Racism, Work, Transport, Integration

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