La Presse: Le Québec vu par un exilé

Marc Cassivi, La Presse

John Walker’s new film, Quebec My Country Mons Pays, offers a perspective on Quebec from that of an Anglophone who, terrified by the bombs of the Front de libération du Québec and the rise of ethnic nationalism, eventually left his native land.

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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, which is set for a commercial run after premiering at the Hot Docs film festival this past spring.

Rating: NNNN

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RIDM, Reencuentro Internacional de documentales de Montreal, películas recomendadas

Patricia Morales Betancourt, Sal de Presse

Quebec My Country Mon Pays is one of many recommended films to see at this year’s Montreal International Documentary Festival (RIDM).

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Interview, Le Devoir: L’inconfort de la différence

Le cinéaste John Walker se penche avec émotion sur la fracture linguistique au Québec

By Jean Dion, Le Devoir

John Walker discusses his new documentary, Quebec My Country Mons Pays, a lament over his decision to leave his home province of Québec amid the mass migration of several hundred thousand anglophones from the 1960s to the 1990s.

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Interview, Montreal Gazette: John Walker talks about his documentary on anglo exodus from Quebec

By Brendan Kelly, Montreal Gazette

Kelly discusses with John Walker his new documentary, Quebec My Country Mons Pays, and the personal journeys he took growing up in and eventually leaving Quebec, and in making the film itself.

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