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Richard Frechette

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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Une Jeune fille a la fenetre (2001)
In the 1920s, young musician Marthe decides to leave the countryside and head to Quebec City to study piano. Faced with deteriorating health, she agrees to marry her recently widowed neighbour in exchange for the money that she will need for the trip. Upon her arrival in the city, she rents a garret
2.
Maelstrom (2000) as Security Guard
During one rainy summer night, 25-year-old Bibiane Champagne hits a man with her car. The victim, a 53-year-old fishmonger whom Bibiane abandons on the street, manages to get back home and die peacefully in his kitchen. Bibiane's life descends into chaos. Just as she risks her life to erase all proo
3.
No (1998) as Walter Lapointe
In Japan during the Osaka Expo of 1970, a Canadian actress's life is turned upside down by political upheaval and a series of emotional traumas and absurdities during a 24-hour period. While she stars in a shoddy production of a farcical Feydeau play in which her character mixes with pseudo-cultural
4.
Joyeux Calvaire (1996)
A docu-like drama chronicling life among the homeless in inner-city Montreal.
5.
Confessional, Le (1996) as Andre
A thriller inspired by Hitchcock's "I Confess," in which two brothers embark on a search for their roots, leading them both back to the Catholic church in Quebec City where Hitchcock shot his 1953 film.
6.
Montreal Vu Par... (1991) as ("La Toile Du Temps")
A tribute to Montreal's 350th anniversary via six short vignettes involving the city.

Writer (feature film)

8.
No (1998) as Play As Source Material ("Seven Streams Of The River Ota")
In Japan during the Osaka Expo of 1970, a Canadian actress's life is turned upside down by political upheaval and a series of emotional traumas and absurdities during a 24-hour period. While she stars in a shoddy production of a farcical Feydeau play in which her character mixes with pseudo-cultural
9.
No (1998) as Script Collaborator
In Japan during the Osaka Expo of 1970, a Canadian actress's life is turned upside down by political upheaval and a series of emotional traumas and absurdities during a 24-hour period. While she stars in a shoddy production of a farcical Feydeau play in which her character mixes with pseudo-cultural

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