Jerome's Secret

Jerome's Secret is a Canadian drama film, directed by Phil Comeau and released in 1994. The first-ever Acadian feature film, it dramatizes the story of Jerome, a mysterious man who washed up on a beach at Baie-Sainte-Marie, Nova Scotia, mute and with his legs recently amputated, and lived in the community for the remainder of his life.


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    director Phil Comeau
    editor Hélène Girard
    genre drama
    musicBy Marcel Aymar
    producer Barry Cowling Marie-Andrée Vinet
    productionCompany National Film Board of Canada