Expired April 12, 2021 5:59 AM
Already unlocked? for access
This virtual screening is eligible for audience awards! Unlock it to cast your vote.
Protected ContentThis content can only be viewed in authorized regions: United States of America.

December 24, 1983, 10:50 p.m.; Julie's whole family is gathered once again this year for Christmas Eve. All except Denis, her father, newly excluded by his divorce. Julie, 8 years old, waits for Santa Claus to arrive to unwrap her presents, while Denis, parked in front of the house, waits until the agreed time to come and pick up his children. He's ready to do anything to get his half of Christmas, but he still doesn't know the emotional trenches that a return to his ex-in-law's family will entail. Constrained by her parents' clumsy planning, Julie must choose between the painful reality of her father's life and the magic of the holiday. LIKE THE ONES I USED TO KNOW (LES GRANDES CLAQUES) is a dramatic comedy about a father-daughter relationship; an early coming-of-age that is as squeaky as it is poetic.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    18 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
  • Director
    Annie St-Pierre
  • Screenwriter
    Annie St-Pierre
  • Producer
    Fanny Drew, Sarah Mannering
  • Cast
    Steve Laplante, Lilou Roy-Lanouette, Larissa Corriveau, Amélie Grenier, Jérémie Jacob, Laurent Lemaire
  • Cinematographer
    Etienne Roussy
  • Editor
    Myriam Magassouba
  • Composer
    Christophe Lamarche-Ledoux