Seven years ago, Max’s parents died in a car accident. Since then, the young man, now 35, has been treading water. He manages his father’s hockey memorabilia shop, lives in the apartment upstairs, and watches each and every Habs game with his friends. But he’s forced to take a hard look at his life when his girlfriend, Julie, leaves him, and his sister, Nathalie, comes back to town. Between the first game of the 2009-10 season and the last, when the team was eliminated by the Flyers, Ça sent la coupe, adapted by Patrice Sauvé from Matthieu Simard’s novel, is a sensitive and empathetic look at a young man’s – and a generation’s – transition to adulthood, performed with unexpected poignancy by Louis-José Houde.
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