15 Février 1839 Trailer

15 Février 1839 Trailer (2001)

26 January 2001 Drama, History 114 mins

In 1839, months after the British army has repressed the insurrection of the Patriots, hundreds of rebels rot in prison. The morning of February 14, Marie-Thomas Chevalier De Lorimier and Charles Hindelang learn that they will be hung in 24 hours, with three other comrades. While they await their hour of death the condemned spend time and consult with companions and loved ones as well as entrust to those their last wills. At dawn, the five Patriots find the courage to walk with dignity towards the scaffold, knowing that will they die in the name of a just causewww.tribute.ca

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Cast

Luc Picard

as François-Marie-Thomas Delorimier

Sylvie Drapeau

as Henriette De Lorimier

Frédéric Gilles

as Charles Hindelang

Pierre Rivard

as Guillaume Levesque

International Releases Dates

Canada 26 January 2001

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