Gimli Film Festival 2021

The Greatest Country in the World

Expired July 27, 2020 4:59 AM
Already unlocked? for access
All Feature Films are eligible to win GFF's Best of Fest Audience Choice Award, sponsored by the Winnipeg Free Press! Unlock the film to cast your vote.
Protected ContentThis content can only be viewed in authorized regions: Canada.

Enjoy the show, and don't forget to vote for GFF's Audience Choie Award after, sponsored by Recycle Everywhere!

In a province not so distant from ours, now controlled by a far-right government, the borders are closed and immigrants, now under threat, are desperate to get out. A Haitian woman hands over her young son to a thirty-something Quebec man before fleeing. With help from a Vietnamese former refugee, they try to solve the mystery. After Oscillations (FNC 2017), Ky Nam Le Duc here makes further inroads into his quest to diversify our cinematic landscape. A delicately sketched, enigmatic work, chilling in its topicality, where mistrust reigns and love blossoms where you least expect it.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    112 minutes
  • Language
    English / French
  • Country
  • Rating
  • Director
    Ky Nam Le Duc