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Saints-Martyrs-des-Damnes

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Genre:Drama, SciFi/Fantasy
Release Date:September 10, 2005
Running time:115 minutes
Cast:Francois Chenier, Isabelle Blais, Patrice Robitaille, Monique Mercure, Monique Miller
Director:Robin Aubert
Producer:Roger Frappier, Luc Vandal
Writer:Robin Aubert
Distributor:Christal Films

Description: 'Saints-Martyrs-des-Damnes' follows tabloid reporter Flavien Juste as he investigates strange disappearances in a remote, rundown village. Sent there by his surrogate father, the paper's editor, Flavien thinks it's just another routine assignment. But, then, Flavien's photographer pal Armand suddenly vanishes on their very first night in town. And, everyone in town seems disturbed by the sight of Flavien. Dreams, reality and hallucinations begin to intermingle, and before long he can't even trust his own eyes. Flavien is eventually forced to confront his own mysterious origins as well as accept some newfound responsibilities.

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