The Canadian drunkard, about an ultra-parent society, will get a Quebec theatrical release and a relaxed worldwide release on Netflix in 2021. Netflix has taken global rights to Canadian director Ricardo Trogi’s Le Guide de la Famil Parafite (The Guide to the Perfect Club).
Drunk French language about an ultra-parent society will receive a theatrical release in Quebec via Les Films Opel and a simultaneous release in 2021 on Netflix to the rest of the world. Troggy’s film – Chabot, Emilie Bierre, Xavier Lebel, and Isabelle Guérard with an ensemble cast led by Louis Morissette, Catherine – will hit Netflix in Canada later this year.
“As a parent, this is a film that I immediately echoed. Ricardo and Luis have done an incredible job telling a story that shows us how modern-day upbringing can be challenged. As a Canadian, born and brought up in Montreal, Audrey Gardiner, director of Content Acquisition at Netflix, said in a statement, “I have had the opportunity to take my work on Netflix to a worldwide audience, which I know will make me laugh, cry and love the film as much as I do.”
The Guide to the Perfect Family highlights the difficulty and complexity of raising a child who is expecting an unexpected performance, and where parents want the best for their children, they suffocate. “I am very happy to learn that the film will be shown in movie theaters on Quebec and Netflix. troggy said in his statement,” It is the best of both worlds. ”
Guide to the Perfect Family joins Netflix with a growing Quebec film Slate, which was linked to the streaming giant’s first indigenous Canadian film, Juskau Declin (The Decline), directed by Patrice Lalitatte in Quebec. Netflix reports that the French-language film was seen in 21 million homes in the first month.
Flowing American streaming platform dollars for Quebec films sit well with local producers, who have the option of traditional fun like Telefilm Canada and SODEC, and American digital platforms will release their content worldwide. “Our team is honored to present this film on Netflix and promote Canadian culture beyond our borders.
As a producer, it is a privilege to have access to millions of viewers around the world, ”says Louise Morissette, who produced the executive troggy film and shares author credits with the Jean-François Lager and François Awards. Troggy’s earlier movie credits include Lee Mirage and 1991, which topped the Canadian film in 2018 and had worldwide streams on Omixix.
Other French-language Quebec films, which Netflix has licensed for its worldwide platform, include Les Afamés, Monsieur Ledger, Indies, and the original Bon Cop, Bad Cop Comedy, and its sequel, starring Colum Fauré and Patrick Dard Was.