The anticipated independent film, Sortie 67, which follows a young member of a street gang in Montreal, will come out in Quebec's theatres on November 5. It hasn't been confirmed if it will be a wide or limited release.
The film was directed and written by Bastien Jephté.
The film takes place in St-Michel, a poor district of Montreal also known for its problems of criminality. Ronald Paquet (Henri Pardo), a young mulatto, saw his dad murder his mom when he was eight years old. This is why he waits for the day when he can finally avenge his mom's death. However, before the release of his dad, Ronald had always been tied to a violent street gang. In fact, this is why he's trying to make a choice: remain a criminal or pull himself together.
The film also stars Benz Antoine, Natacha Noël, Alain Lino, Mic Eli Bastien, Edouard Fontaine, Fabienne Colas, Sophie Desmarais, Danny Blanco-Hall, Natacha Noël, Anthony Clerveaux, Lansana Kourouma and Scott Jimmy Beaubrun.
Finally, here's the full-length trailer of the film.