Today we’re checking out the trailer for writer-director Joshua Demers’ multi-lingual political satire, Québexit. The story occurs a month after Québec’s separatists barely squeak out a provincial referendum win. Taking place on a small road at the Québec-New Brunswick border, Québexit examines the mounting tensions between anglophones, Québécois Francophones, and Indigenous people. Québexit trailer: Demers […]
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