J.A. Martin photographe (1977)
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This Canadian film stars Marcel Sabourin as J. A. Martin, journeyman photographer. Several times per year, Martin packs his bulky equipment and goes on the road in search of photogenic subjects, leaving his wife (Monique Mercure) behind. On this occasion, however, Mme. Martin insists upon accompanying her husband. She soon discovers that the truculent, inner-directed M. Martin may have been making ooh-la-la with some of his more attractive female portrait subjects. Director Jean Beaudrin adds a dash of topicality to J.A. Martin, Photographer with some genteel lobbying in favor of Quebec's Separatist movement. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi … More
as Joseph-Albert Martin
as An OldMaid
as The Fieddler
as Mrs Beaupre
as A Workman
as Mr. Tremblay
as Hotel's Owner
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