Through the Mist

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Through the Mist
Dédé, à travers les brumes
Directed by Jean-Philippe Duval
Produced by Roger Frappier
Luc Vandal
Written byJean-Philippe Duval
StarringSébastien Ricard
Joseph Mesiano
Yan Rompré
Dimitri Storoge
Music by Les Colocs
Éloi Painchaud
CinematographyJean-Pierre Trudel
Edited byAlain Baril
Production
company
Max Films Productions
Zone3
Distributed by TVA Films
Release date
March 13, 2009
Running time
139 minutes
CountryCanada
LanguageFrench

Through the Mist (French : Dédé, à travers les brumes) is a Canadian drama film, directed by Jean-Philippe Duval and released in 2009. [1] A biopic of rock musician Dédé Fortin of Les Colocs, the film stars Sébastien Ricard as Fortin.

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The film's cast also included Joseph Mesiano as Mike Sawatzky, Yan Rompré as Serge Robert, Dimitri Storoge as Patrick Esposito Di Napoli and Bénédicte Décary as Nicole Bélanger, as well as Claudia Ferri, Mélissa Désormeaux-Poulin and Louis Saia. However, Bélanger criticized the film as inaccurate. [2]

Awards

The film received ten Prix Jutra nominations in 2010, including Best Film. [3] It won the awards for Best Actor (Ricard), Best Art Direction (David Pelletier), Best Costume Design (Judy Jonker) and Best Music. [4]

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