Station 10

This feature documentary is a factual account of the life of policemen at one station in Montreal, drawn from 60 days and nights of on-the-spot filming in the early 1970s. It is a view of life in the inner city that usually only the policeman has reason to encounter. There are ugly incidents here, but there is also reassurance that people in trouble do have help at hand.

Comments

  • Paratrooper

    “I remember being picked up by the CN Police as a kid, They called Station 10 to come and get me. Capt Jacques Cinq-Mars and his partner were close by so they came to get me, The CN Police gave them the report, He tossed it, then drove me around the block bought 3 hotdogs for us all, we ate them he then gave me 15 cents for the bus and kicked me out of the car. Guess its a .....Cold Case now lol” — Paratrooper, 26 Feb 2012

  • Paratrooper

    “I remember being picked up by the CN Police as a kid, They called Station 10 to come and get me. Capt Jacques Cinq-Mars and his partner were close by so they came to get me, The CN Police gave them the report, He tossed it, then drove me around the block bought 3 hotdogs for us all, we ate them he then gave me 15 cents for the bus and kicked me out of the car. Guess its a .....Cold Case now lol” — Paratrooper, 26 Feb 2012

  • tiger2338

    “A true unvarnished look at police work. ” — tiger2338, 12 Feb 2012

  • tsea512

    “brings back memories!!! real and down to earth!!!!” — tsea512, 17 Jan 2012

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Film Credits

director
Michael Scott
producer
George Pearson
script
James Carney
photography
Henry Fiks
Roger Morellec
sound
Richard Besse
Jacques Chevigny
editing
Robert Fortier
re-recording
Michel Descombes
Richard Besse
narrator
Jacques Cinq-Mars

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