Q-Bec My Love

Q-Bec My Love is a Canadian film, directed by Jean Pierre Lefebvre and released in 1970. A satirical allegory for Quebec nationalism, the film is depicted in disconnected vignettes which portray the professional, sexual and romantic relationships of Q-Bec (Anne Lauriault) with her boss Peter Ottawa (Denis Payne), her husband Jean-Baptiste Bilingue (Jean-Pierre Cartier) and her lover Sam Washington (Larry Kent).


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    contentLocation Quebec
    director Jean Pierre Lefebvre
    editor Marguerite Duparc
    genre comedy
    musicBy Andrée Paul
    producer Marguerite Duparc
    productionCompany Cinak
    publisher Faroun Films
    theme satirical