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In their small country home in New Brunswick, Jean-Paul and Anne, who suffer respectively from physical and intellectual impairments, share an unwavering love for each other. Declarations of love, little gifts, jokes and affectionate nicknames highlight their deeply moving relationship, a relationship that transcends difference. Together, they look after Jean-Paul’s ailing parents. With great respect for those who confide in him, Daniel Léger presents love through the eyes of two people with disabilities, and in so doing, creates an inspiring lesson in happiness.


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  • executive producer
    Jacques Turgeon
  • researcher
    Daniel Léger
  • writer
    Daniel Léger
  • director
    Daniel Léger
  • camera
    Alain Dupras
    Katerine Giguère
    Daniel Léger
  • location sound
    Georges Hannan
  • editing
    Marie Hamelin
  • original music
    Claude J. Fournier
  • producer
    Murielle Rioux-Poirier
  • participant
    Jean-Paul Basque
    Anne Robichaud
    Doréa Basque
    Aurèle Basque
    Daemean Dawson
    Carole Chiasson
    Aubrey J. Cormier
  • consultant
    Serge Giguère
  • sound design
    Martin Allard
  • foley
    Lise Wedlock
  • re-recording
    Jean Paul Vialard

  • RMB

    A beautiful film about beautiful people. Inspiring. Thank you so much to all the film team involved, and to this family for sharing their lives.

    RMB, 7 Sep 2016