Canada | 2011 | Philippe Falardeau
One of the five features nominated for this year’s Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, this French-Canadian movie tells of a gentle Algerian immigrant (Mohamed Fellag) who takes over a Montreal middle school class when the original teacher dies suddenly. This understated, touching tale of grief and healing won six Genie Awards (Canada’s Oscars) including Best Picture, Actor, and Director.
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