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Montréal Girls

Canada 2022
produced by
Bahija Essoussi-Gagnon, Samuel Gagnon, Patricia Chica, Paul Cadieux (executive), Byron A. Martin (consulting) for Objectif 9, Flirt Films
directed by Patricia Chica
starring Hakim Brahimi, Jasmina Parent, Sana Asad, Jade Hassouné, Manuel Tadros, Nahéma Ricci, Guillaume Rodrigue, Chadi Alhelou, Natalie Tannous, Thomas Vallieres, Simon Therrien, Marina Harvey, Martin Dubreuil, Bloodshot Bill, Larry Day, David Deďas, Arno Schultz, Sandrine Maltais, Marc Primeau, Lanisa Dawn, Angie Medrano, Sara Sophie Siebes
written by Patricia Chica, Kamal John Iskander, music by Suad Bushnaq, punk songs written by David Deďas

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Ramy (Hakim Brahimi), a young man from the Middle East, is all set to visit medical school in Montréal, in part to find peace for the premature death of his mother (Natalie Tannous). Ramy finds abode in the home of his uncle Hani (Manuel Tadros), and it seems the future's all set for him. But seeing Montréal's cultural life revives Ramy's secret ambition to become a poet, and then his cousin Tamer (Jade Hassouné), a punk musician, takes him to one of his concerts where Ramy meets two local girls, music promoter Yaz (Sana Asad) and photographer Desiree (Jasmina Parent). Ramy feels attracted to them both if on different levels, as he sees Desiree as his muse and would like Yaz to be his lover. Thing is, while Yaz is not at all immune to his avances, she sees him more as a lovely distraction than a partner for life, preferring to live a promiscuous lifestyle with her and only her in the center, and Desiree wants to be more than just his source for inspiration - and since the two women are good friends, things eventually go down in flames. And as heartbroken as he is, the whole story prompts Ramy to make a life-changing decision and finally follow his true passion ...


A very impressive film as it tells a story that's extremely relatable to everyone (even if you couldn't be less of a poet and/or medical student from the Middle East). But as universal as the basic story might be, director Patricia Chica is also very successful in making the cultural life in Montréal look vibrant and feel palpable while never letting the enviroment smother the story the film is telling. And a strong ensemble cast of course also help to bring the movie to life, and making this a really good watch.


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