Les Boys (1997)





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This Canadian hockey comedy centers on Stan, owner of a blue-collar tavern Chez Stan and coach of an amateur hockey team of barroom buddies, Les Boys. Gambling debts force Stan to play a risky game in which Stan will loose Chez Stan if Les Boys don't win.
Art House & International , Comedy , Drama , Sports & Fitness
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Telefilm Canada


Serge Thériault
as Francois
Serge Thériault
as Francois
Patrick Huard
as Ti-Guy
Paul Houde
as Fernand
Luc Guérin
as Marcel
Yvan Ponton
as Jean-Charles
Roc LaFortune
as Julien
Michel Charette
as Léopold
Dominic Philie
as Boisvert
Sylvain Giguere
as Cossette
Maxim Roy
as Sonia
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Full Review… | February 22, 2012
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Audience Reviews for Les Boys

Les Boys can be seen as the Quebec version of Slapshot, it's a hockey film for guys. Each Monday a bunch of men join other men in a beer league Hockey team called Les Boys. This is a pretty film unlike those dreadful seperatist advocating Pierre Falardeau films, Elvis Gratton. These movies despite being quite crude and vulgar have something that other films in Quebec cinema are missing out on, Class. This film doesn't deal with politics of any sort and is pure enjoyment. A wild crazy film of a bunch og guys with totally different backgrounds playing hockey. Les Boys is a prime example of a Quebec comedy that illiminates the idea of using the issue of the separation of Quebec as a plot device for comedy. Most films in that province use that issue as a plot device and in the end it gets fucking tiring. Les Boys is different its a smart and fun comedy.

Alex roy
Alex roy

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