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Windigo (1994)





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Native Americans clash with the Canadian government as they struggle for independence in this factual Canadian drama set in Quebec during the summer of 1990. Eddie Laroche, a rebellious native leader spawned a national crises when he and his supporters declared the independence of Aki territory in a far-flung area of northern Quebec. He refused to negotiate without the presences of television cameras to record his people's plight. Jean Fontaine was the reporter assigned to the story and much of the film is told from his viewpoint. To reach Laroche's land, negotiators, government officials, and the film crew had to travel by boat. Fontaine is initially cynical and reluctant to do the story, but after he spends time on the boat interviewing it's passengers, his cynicism has dissolves and he realizes he is faced with the presentations of a terribly complex situation. His dilemma provides a main focus for the film. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi


Donald Morin
as Eddy Laroche
Guy Nadon
as Jean Fontaine
Richard Kistabish
as Conrad Volant
Nathalie Coupal
as Christine Bastien
Yvon Leroux
as Rogatien Cote
Michel Laperrière
as Yves St-Hilaire
Albert Michel Jr.
as Luc Labrecque
Paul Berval
as Odilas (Dilas) Paquette
Gaston Caron
as Louis (Bleu) Rozon
Alex Cheezo
as Lucas Tomassine
Serge Roberge
as Freddy Hook
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