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A young woman recounts her journey, which led her from her home community to an urban setting. After experiencing culture shock in the city, this is where she wants to live from now on.

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Director: Maïlys Flamand is from the Innu/Atikamekw Nation. She was born in Roberval on August 13, 1994 and spends a lot of time on the road for her studies. She holds a certificate in Indigenous Youth Intervention from UQAC and is currently enrolled in a Psychosocial Intervention certificate program. She directed her first short during the 2017 workshop in Manawan, called Tetci nin? (Why Me?), and in 2018, she directed a second film during the Concordia workshop. Both films share the same subject, that of belonging to more than one place.

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  • Director
    Maïlys Flamand
  • Screenwriter
    Mailys Flamand
  • Cinematographer
    Jemmy Echaquan Dubé, Kijâtai-Alexandra Veillette-Cheezo, Maïlys Flamand
  • Sound Design
    Simon Riverin