Le Dep is a psychological drama about Lydia, a young Innu woman who works at her father’s convenience store in a small First Nations community in rural Quebec. One night, as she prepares to close up shop, a masked robber enters the store and holds her at gunpoint. This traumatic experience becomes even more troubling when Lydia recognizes her assailant. Before long, she will have to make a decision that will forever change the course of her life.
Le Dep Genre: Drama A film by: Sonia Boileau
With: Eve Ringuette, Yan England, Charles Buckell-Robertson, Marco Collin et Robert-Pierre Côté DCP - 75 minutes - colors - Canada 2015
Le Dep was made possible by Telefilm Canada’s Micro-Budget Production Program. The feature was shot over a period of ten days with a budget of less than 225,000 Canadian dollars. Sonia Bonspille Boileau’s first dramatic work, Le Dep explores some of the realities faced by First Nations people in Canada.
The film is available in its original French-language version or with English subtitles. Versions with subtitles in other languages can also be made available.
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