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Looking for Alexander (Memoires Affectives)

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama, Suspense/Thriller
Release Date:October 29, 2004
Running time:110 minutes
Cast:Roy Dupuis, Rosa Zacharie, Maka Kotto, Nathalie Coupal, Karine Lagueux
Director:Francis Leclerc
Producer:Barbara Shrier
Writer:Francis Leclerc, Marcel Beaulieu
Distributor:Alliance Atlantis Vivafilm

Description: Although declared clinically dead, Alexandre Tourneur, 41 years old, has just emerged from a long coma. A few months earlier, a vehicle struck him down in the middle of a country road where he had stopped to help an injured deer. Although he now is conscious, he no longer recognizes anyone. During his convalescence, while he reacquaints himself with family and friends, certain images begin to haunt him. The trouble is that these images do not seem to belong to him. Two people come to aide in his search for the truth: Pauline Maksoud, a detective with the SQ in charge of investigating the accident, and Doctor Ba Kobhio, a psychotherapist. But, beyond the flashes of memories and forgotten ones, lie a store of recollections that speak of a violent, distant past. Alexandre's quest to find his memory leads him to a place where he swore he'd never return.

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