Our Street Was Paved with Gold

Filmmaker Albert Kish revisits Montreal's St Lawrence Boulevard in the '70s. The street, also known as "The Main," is a little Europe with many languages, foods and small courtesies that make a stranger feel at home.

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Credits

director
Albert Kish
editing
Albert Kish
producer
David Bairstow
commentary
Donald Winkler
camera
Savas Kalogeras
sound
André Hourlier
sound editing
Les Halman
re-recording
Michel Descombes
music
Art Phillips

Comments

  • “Not really a very good film, as it does not show much of the old Main I have seen much better films about the Main in this era.” — joey753, 26 Apr 2011

  • misaacs

    “Thank you for showing me the old shots of the street cars. My immigrant parents and I used to take them, six cents, to go to Rachel kosher poultry market. I like the presentation of present immigrants. Would have liked to see more of the local French Canadiens in the film but understand one must focus.” — misaacs, 24 Apr 2011

  • herbf

    “great film brings back a lot of greta memories. "THOSE WERE THE DAYS"” — herbf, 4 Mar 2011

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