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Weekend from 19 to 21 June 2020

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Little Fires Everywhere

The american actresses Reese Witherspoon, Kerry Washington, and Rosemarie DeWitt camp the female characters main of this mini-series of eight episodes, based on the novel of the same title by Celeste Ng. It can be transported in the suburbs of Cleveland, where two different mothers from social classes separate, come together and see their lives changed. On one side, a mother, waitress, and single with her only daughter, becomes the tenant of a mother of four children, a journalist and owner. *Available from 22 may on Amazon Prime Video

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International day of indigenous peoples in Montreal

On the occasion of the international Day of indigenous peoples in Montreal, the organization Lands in views provides a fire ceremony on the island of Montreal at sunrise. In this day of the summer solstice, a Mohawk elder will preside over the ceremony webcast. Montrealers are invited, at this time, to open their computer and their window and burn a bit of tobacco in order to participate in this traditional rite that wants to be a harbinger of better times. Artists and personalities of the aboriginal community have, in addition, recorded messages of hope and healing, addressed to Montreal and Canada. *This Sunday at 5 o’clock in the www.presenceautochtone.ca


14 days 12 nights

The actress Anne Dorval plays the role of an oceanographer named Isabelle. The latter passes through the greatest sorrow : the loss of a child. It is only a few years ago, she and her husband have adopted Clara in Vietnam and the child, now a young woman, perished in a terrible accident. Months pass, but the pain remains and to heal his wounds, she flies to Hanoi, to discover the culture of his daughter. Once there, she meets the nanny of Clara, which allows him to enter in contact with her biological mother… *Released on June 16,


Diary of a black woman

The author, african-american, Kathleen Collins offers a book that brings together four new letters, mini-dramas and extracts from personal journals. Through fiction and non-fiction, it introduced his work to the French-speaking audience by evoking various themes, such as freedom, identity, feminism, racism, love with a big a and filial love. Through her writing, she raises the veil on the reality of a woman black american of his time, in a society where the segregation comes from, recently, to be stamped. * Released 15 may

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