A month after its release at the Toronto Film Festival, the film happy daysDirector Chloé Robichaud’s third film had its Montreal premiere Monday evening at the Theater Maisonneuve on the Place des Arts.
Filmmaker Sophie Desmarais walked the red carpet in the company of her film’s stars, including Noor Belgria, Maude Guerin, Sylvain Marcel, Vincent Leclerc, Yves Jacques, Catherine Levacque, Jean-Philippe Baril-Guard and Ariel Charest.
Maestro Yannick Néchet-Séguin, who participated in the project as artistic advisor and musical advisor, attended the screening along with members of the Orchester Metropolitane who appear in the film.
Chloé Robichaud’s third film (Sarah loves running and the country), happy days It tells the story of a young, rising conductor (Sophie Desmarais) who has a toxic relationship with her father and agent (Sylvain Marcel). The film opens across Quebec on Friday.
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