A few months ago, during a conference on film writing in Montreal, Canadian director Jacob Tierney (The Trotsky) stated that he no longer had the right to use Notre Dame de Grace as the title of his next film. As you can see on his next film's new poster, the title was changed to Good Neighbours.
First of all, Tierney didn't expose the reasons why his next film's title had to be changed.
Speaking about the story, the film is adapted from the novel Chère voisine, which was written by Chrystine Brouillet, and takes place in 1995, the year of the second referendum on the separation of Quebec. In the dead of winter, a serial killer is on the loose in the small Montreal neighbourhood of Notre Dame de Grace. The tenants of an old apartment house must figure out who they can trust and who they can't.
Finally, Good Neighbours stars Jay Baruchel, Scott Speedman, Emily Hampshire, Gary Farmer, Kaniehtiio Horn, Anne-Marie Cadieux, Pat Kiely and Sean Lu.