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This obviously lead to huge changes in Canadian politics, and so the film is very interesting to study some 40 years later. His Jewish girlfriend, an actress with a budding theatre career, does not share his concerns, leading to tension between the two. At the exact same time, the English NFB came out with "Nobody Waved Goodbye" which was ironically conceived the same way, converted the same way, and deals with many parallel issues but through the eyes of a discontent teen in the Toronto area.

Language French Le chat dans le sac English: The Cat in the Bag is a drama film by Gilles Groulxwhich played a seminal role in the development of Quebec cinema. The film's themes, improvisational style, hand-held camera work and evocative music alled the emergence of a new generation of Quebec films and filmmakers.

Claude leaves Montreal for the Quebec countryside to reflect on his life, and with the distance between them, their love fades. As Quebec was coming out of the Quiet revolution, a new wave of thought was emerging for stronger independence and a growing sense of Quebec as a nation was forming.

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Stylistically, it lends itself to the ever Canadian style of documentary, and with good reason.