Review, NOW Toronto: Quebec My Country Mon Pays

Master Filmmaker John Walker’s Moving Personal Journey Through Quebec’s Quiet Revolution

Review By Norman Wilner, NOW Toronto

Wilner praises Walker’s quiet and personal take on the history of Quebec’s distinct society, which is set for a commercial run after premiering at the Hot Docs film festival this past spring.

Rating: NNNN

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Review, Avenir Vivable: Quebec My Country Mon Pays

Review By Michael Hoare, Avenir Vivable

Hoare praises Walker’s film as a model of personal narration and emotional exorcism, while acknowledging the political problems yet to be resolved by Quebeckers and Canadians.

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Review, NOW Toronto: Quebec My Country Mon Pays

Master Filmmaker John Walker’s Moving Personal Journey Through Quebec’s Quiet Revolution

Review By Norman Wilner, NOW Toronto

Wilner praises Walker’s quiet and personal take on the history of Quebec’s distinct society.

Rating: NNNN

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Review, The Film Corner: Quebec My Country Mon Pays – Hot Docs 2016

Master Filmmaker John Walker’s Moving Personal Journey Through Quebec’s Quiet Revolution

Review By Greg Klymkiw, The Film Corner

Quebec My Country Mons Pays prompts Klymkiw to consider how place defines us, and thinks back to his own family’s history in Ukraine and how they were forced to leave their homes under Russian rule.

Rating: **** 4-Stars

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