Spotlight on homegrown cinema
| 82 minutes | 2015
An intelligent drama about the strange but warm relationship between a bullied boy and an immature man in his 30s. Chris, an obese young man being bullied by Jeremy’s gang, lives in a Montreal suburb with his single, alcoholic father. One night, he meets Bobby, a man in his 30s who suggests a way to get revenge on his bullies. As the night passes they go from bar to bar and party to party, until Olivia, Bobby’s daughter, joins them in the small hours. Made on a micro-budget by Jesse Klein, We’re Still Together is a touching and sensitive drama.
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