Fiction, 89 min. 2022 (French, Spanish)
A cook in his heyday, Camilo is now a worn-out fifty-year-old who works for a cleaning company. We can guess a personal failure in the past of this solitary Mexican living in Montreal. However, Camilo wants to get back on track and an opportunity to recover his culinary passion finally presents itself. Everything is in place for this new beginning when Camilo receives a visit from his daughter Tania, with whom he had cut ties because of her drug addiction. She tells him that he is a grandfather and asks him to take care of the child while she undergoes her umpteenth rehab. The arrival of this grandson will upset Camilo’s plans. There will be a new beginning for him, certainly, but not as he imagined it.

World Premiere at the TIFF 2022 (Toronto International Film Festival)
Festival du nouveau cinéma de Montréal (FNC), Whistler Film Festival
US Premiere: 2023 Santa Barbara Film Festival in competition (SBIFF), 49th Seattle International Film Festival, Milwaukee Film Festival, Brooklyn Film Festival, Venice Film Week, Split Film Festival, Brussels Independent Film Festival, Festival de cine de Cuenca, International Film Festival of Ottawa, Woods Hole Film Festival, Fargo Film Festival, Vues du Québec en Cévennes (France), Quebecine Mex, Festival du cinéma du monde de Sherbrooke and +

Best Narrative Feature, Brooklyn Film Festival
Best Actor Jorge Martinez Colorado, Brooklyn Film Festival
Best Narrative Feature, Venice Film Week
Best Canadian Feature-lenght film, Whistler Film Festival.
Best performance Jorge Martinez Colorado, Whistler Film Festival
Best Narrative Feature, 44th Brussels Independent Film Festival
Best youth performance Enzo Desmeules Saint-Hilaire, Woods Hole Film Festival
Honourable Mention, Fargo Film Festival
“Best in show – male actor” Jorge Martinez Colorado, Fargo Film Festival.

Theatrical release in Canada in March / April 2023.
Avaible on Crave, CBC Gem, iTunes/AppleTV, Gogle Play, Amazon Prime.

Written & directed by Katherine Jerkovic
Production : Nicolas Comeau (1976 Prod., Canada)
Cinematography : Léna Mill-Reuillard
Art Direction : Maxime Normand
Costumes : Oleksandra Lykova
Editing : Sophie Farkas Bolla
Sound : Pablo Villegas, Bruno Pucella, Luc Boudrias
Original Music : David Drury

Jorge Martinez Colorado, Enzo Desmeules Saint-Hilaire, Eva Avila, Christian de la Cortina, Catalina Pop.

Supported by SODEC, Telefilm Canada, Harold Greenberg Fund, Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Conseil des arts du Canada.
Distribution FunFilm (Quebec) and Game Theory Films (English Canada)

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