Mag immediately notices Théo’s fake tattoo, while waiting to order at a bar counter after a punk concert. Mag’s confident manner intimidates the introverted rocker, yet she lures him out of his shell and invites him to spend the night with her. It is Théo’s 18th birthday and his encounter with Mag, is as fateful as it is ill-timed. In two weeks’ time, he is moving to his sister’s place, a four-hour drive away. According to Mag their relationship has a ‘use-by date’. The little time they have is enough for her to notice that something is burdening Théo
- Focus Québec / Canada Grand Prize - FNC Montréal
- Anthony Therrien
- Rose-Marie Perreault
- Lysandre Nadeau
- Brigitte Poupart
- Nicole-Sylvie Lagarde
- Léona Rousseau
- Pascal Plante
- Vincent Allard
- Pascal Plante
- MAISON 4TIERS
- WAZABI FILMS
Plante focuses on his two characters and the spontaneity of their growing love. Featuring several beautiful moments, humor and natural, this is a sweet chronicle of urban youth.
Plante allows the viewer to piece together the lead’s wounded backstory through uneasy interactions, allusions and insinuations.
Pascal Plante’s own distinct vision of Richard Linklater’s Before Sunrise.
A tender, moving ode to love blooming in disenfranchised youth.
Simply rocks… A rare arthouse buzz title for the generation it so accurately portrays.
Captures the zeitgeist with an understated take on young love.
This Canadian director studied film production at Concordia University in Montreal and is a co-founder of Nemesis Films production company. Besides having made numerous short films, he also produces the cinema podcast ‘Point de Vues’ with more than 160 episodes to date. FAKE TATTOOS is his debut feature-length film; it won the Best Canadian Feature award at the 2017 Festival du nouveau cinéma in Montreal.