Marguerite

Canada, 2017, HD, 19', col.

director:

Marianne Farley

Marguerite

Marguerite is an old woman who needs help. Rachel is a nurse taking care of her, who has a girlfriend Rosalie. When Marguerite discovers this, her relationship with the young nurse changes completely, and deepens to include something that had been hidden and buried, paving the way for a confession and, perhaps, also to consolation.

screenplay

Marianne Farley

editing

Mathieu Bélanger

photography

Marc Simpson-Threlford

production design

Mélanie McNiccol

sound

Lynne Trépanier, Luc Bouchard, Jean Paul Vialard

music

Julien Knafo

cast

Béatrice Picard, Sandrine Bisson

producer

Marie-Hélène Panisset

production

Les Films de l’Hydre, DIY Films

 

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Marianne Farley

Biofilmography

Marianne Farley was born in Montreal, Canada. After an initial interest in singing and music which led her to record a single and a successful album, she then moved to acting. As an actress, she has worked in several feature films and TV series, including The Intruder (1999, by David Bailey), “Vampire High”, Uvanga (2013, by Hélène Cousineau, Madeline Ivalu), “This Life”, and Swept Under (2015, by Michel Poulette). She debuted as director in 2015 with the short Saccage.