VIVRE À 100 MILLES À L'HEURE
It all starts when Louis moves to Charlesbourg. The boy soon makes friends with Daniel, who likes to take risks, and Éric, who’s a huge music fan. As teens, they strengthen their bond by setting up a small-time drug trafficking ring – an enterprise that seems easy at first, but gets harder with time. Directly inspired by his own memories of growing up in 1970s-80s Quebec City, Louis Bélanger revisits some of his favourite themes (freedom, male friendship). Rémi Goulet makes a perfect alter ego – the resemblance is uncanny – and an excellent guide for this tender yet violent coming-of-age tale.