Rose's House

Rose's House

| 57 min

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This fiction film takes an unvarnished look at life in a working-class boarding house. Based on the filmmaker's memories of his own mother's boarding house in Cabbagetown, Toronto, the story revolves around Rose and how she runs her establishment. With a household as full and varied as hers, domesticity clashes with disputes about bootlegging, violence, and stealing. Even authority isn't exempt: she does battle with a social worker over her son's theft of a bicycle. Rose is the queen of her castle, and delivers her own brand of justice.

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Rose's House, Clay Borris, offert par l'Office national du film du Canada

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  • réalisateur
    Clay Borris
  • écriture
    Paulette Jiles
  • cinématographie
    John F. Phillips
  • son
    Chris Terry
  • montage
    Clay Borris
    John F. Phillips
    Arla Saare
  • ré-enregistrement
    Tony Van den Akker
  • musique
    Willie Dunn
  • interprète
    Rose Maltais-Borris
    Albert Borris
    Ronald Maltais
    Garry Borris
    John Brown
    Magella Joseph
    George Martell
    Paulette Jiles
    Edmond Charest