Yes Sir! Madame…
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The son of a French-speaking father and an English-speaking mother, Earl Tremblay is in the throes of an identity crisis. In an attempt to resolve it, he examines his past, his present and even his future through the lens of a camera. While screening the 19 rolls of film he's shot, he comments on his social ascent and unwittingly reveals his dual personality. Known by its working title, Double Face, Yes Sir! Madame... is the result of work carried out over several years.

Awards and mentions
Grand Prix Golden Tail
Split International Festival of New Film and Video
Split
1996
Grand Prix de la ville de Genève
Rencontre internationale de la vidéo
Genève
1995
Meilleure vidéo
Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois
Montréal
1995
Original language
English
French

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Credits

Direction
Robert Morin
Participants
Robert Morin
Bernard Émond
Cinematography
Robert Morin
Production Design
André-Line Beauparlant
Sound
Robert Morin
Editing
Robert Morin
Screenplay
Robert Morin
Production
Robert Morin
Lorraine Dufour
Coop Vidéo de Montréal

Technical information

Color
Black and white
Color
Sound
Mono
Shooting format
16 mm

Documentation

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Keywords
Duplication, Misappropriation, Crisis, Past