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Guidelines /
National Film Board of Canada.
imprint
Montreal : National Film Board of Canada, 2014.
description
1 online resource, 1 streaming video file (76 min.) : digital, stereo, sd., col.
format(s)
Other
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imprint
Montreal : National Film Board of Canada, 2014.
restrictions
Disponible aux abonnés de CAMPUS seulement.
credits note
Research/writer/director, Jean-François Caissy ; producer, Johanne Bergeron ; cinematography, Nicolas Canniccioni ; editing, Mathieu Bouchard-Malo ; sound editing, Simon Gervais ; participant, Josée Charest, Claude Leblanc, Annie Parent, Émilie Savoie, Yves Porlier, Rock-David B., Samuel B., Émile B., Kim B. M., Justin B. V., Dave C., William D., Noémie D. A., Michael G., William M. ; sound recording, Jean-François Caissy ; foley, Alexis Farand ; mix, Serge Boivin ; musical research, Frédéric Bégin, Julien Bilodeau, Claire Bourbonnais ; executive producer, Colette Loumède.
general note
Québec Studio.
abstract
Guidelines ( La marche à suivre ) explores the world of adolescence through a series of tableaux that illustrate the occasionally trying existence of young people at a rural secondary school. During closed-door meetings, the teens interact with various authority figures whose job it is to “set them straight.” Outside classroom hours, though, they regain control of their world, the natural surroundings becoming a playground where they can test the limits of their temporary freedom. A work of patient observation relying mostly on uninterrupted long takes, Guidelines emphasizes the contrasts between the regulated environment of the classroom and the beckoning freedom of the great outdoors, gradually revealing the interior drama of adolescence, with its shifts from fragility to reckless abandon. The result is an original yet universal portrayal of a sometimes overwhelming life journey that we all take.
catalogue key
12007430
target audience
16-18.
CHV rating: G.
Régie du cinéma du Québec rating: U.
technical details
Mode of access: World Wide Web.

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