24 Hours or More

24 Hours or More

| 1 h 53 min

This feature film made during an exceptionally feverish period of popular revolt that saw the coming together of Quebec’s 3 main unions (CSN, FTQ, CEQ) is a cinematic tract by socially engaged filmmaker Gilles Groulx. Propped against the backdrop of the 1970 October Crisis, the film is a frontal assault denouncing a “consumer society” viewed as the ultimate embodiment of evil.

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24 Hours or More, Gilles Groulx, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • director
    Gilles Groulx
  • collaboration
    Jean-Marc Piotte
  • script
    Gilles Groulx
    Jean-Marc Piotte
  • producer
    Paul Larose