Chaos and Desire

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Chaos and Desire
La turbulence des fluides
Directed by Manon Briand
Produced by
Written by Manon Briand
Music by Simon Cloquet
Cinematography David Franco
Edited by Richard Comeau
Max Films Productions
Release date
August 22, 2002
Running time
115 minutes
Country Canada

Chaos and Desire (French: La Turbulence des fluides) is a Canadian drama film, released in 2002. Written and directed by Manon Briand, the film stars Pascale Bussières as Alice Bradley, a seismologist returning to her hometown of Baie-Comeau, Quebec to investigate a mysterious interruption in the tidal flow on the St. Lawrence River.[1]

The film also stars Jean-Nicolas Verreault as Marc Vandal, a local pilot whose wife's recent death in a plane crash may be central to the tidal mystery; Julie Gayet as Catherine Rolland, Alice's lesbian friend from college who helps her investigate; and Geneviève Bujold as Colette Lasalle, the owner of the local diner who is convinced that the mystery has a supernatural explanation. Other supporting cast members include Vincent Bilodeau and Gabriel Arcand.

See also


  1. ^ "Review: ‘Chaos and Desire’". Variety, August 23, 2002.

External links

  • Chaos and Desire on IMDb

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