Lilies screenplay by Michel Marc Bouchard; English version by Linda Gaboriau; produced by Anna Stratton, Robin Cass, Arnie Gelbart ; director, John Greyson.

By: Bouchard, Michel MarcContributor(s): Gaboriau, Linda | Greyson, John | Alliance VideoMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: New Almaden, CA Wolfe Video 1996 Description: 1 videodisc (96 min.) sd., col. 4 3/4 inSubject(s): Feature filmsLOC classification: DVDAbstract: ""In 1952, a Catholic bishop makes an exceptional visit to a prison to hear a dying inmate's confession. Once inside the chapel, the bishop is taken hostage by Simon, a childhood friend. With the aid of his fellow inmates, Simon's version of the events that took place forty years earlier are reenacted. The action moves seamlessly through time between the crude prison and the actual events of 1912. The drama culminates on the tragic night when both men's fates were decided.""-- Blurb
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Brent Carver, Marcel Sabourin, Aubert Pallascio, Jason Cadieux, Matthew Fe rguson, Danny Gilmore, Alexander Chapman, Ian D. Clark, Gary Farmer, Robert Lalonde, Rm̌y Girard.

Director of photography, Daniel Jobin; art director, Marie-Carole de Beaumont; editor, Andr Čorriveau; music, Mychael Danna.

R rated

""In 1952, a Catholic bishop makes an exceptional visit to a prison to hear a dying inmate's confession. Once inside the chapel, the bishop is taken hostage by Simon, a childhood friend. With the aid of his fellow inmates, Simon's version of the events that took place forty years earlier are reenacted. The action moves seamlessly through time between the crude prison and the actual events of 1912. The drama culminates on the tragic night when both men's fates were decided.""-- Blurb

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