I’m going out, I’m staying

This horror film written and directed by Ari Aster tells the story of a family who has just buried the matriarch of the house. Although they are in mourning, one must admit that the strange grandmother was not the most pleasant person to go to. Even today, it seems that his presence persists in the family home and seems to affect more particularly Charlie, the youngest who was the favorite child of the old lady. * Released in the hall on June 8


Cinema: Debbie Ocean 8

This return to the series having begun with the classic action and suspense film Ocean’s Eleven presents us with a new band, now formed of new criminals, to steal a rare diamond necklace. This time, the show has several talented actresses, including Cate Blanchett, Mindy Kaling, Helena Bonham Carter and Sarah Paulson rather than George Clooney and Brad Pitt. * Released in the hall on June 8

Music: Matiu

The singer and musician from the community of Mani-Utenam Matiu gives a free concert tonight as part of the 30th edition of the Francos to include folk lovers his eponymous EP. The author and composer of the Côte-Nord is a fine example of an artist who draws inspiration from everyday life and the realities of the people around him. * Tonight at 7 pm at the corner De Bleury and Sainte-Catherine

Music: Josman

The rapper Josman, who is considered one of the hopes of the French hip-hop scene, arrives in Montreal tonight during the Francos to present the tracks that allowed him to charm the audience of France. The French artist is best known for the $ 000 album released in 2017 and for participating in a musical project by Brazilian soccer player Neymar. * Tonight at 11 pm at the corner Sainte-Catherine and Jeanne-Mance

Music: Slow Mass

The rock band from Chicago Slow Mass is passing through the metropolis and will jump on stage to present his most recent album, On Watch, released May 11. Montreal based bands Gulfer and Everett Bird will perform the opening parts of the concert. * Tonight at 9:30 pm at l’Escogriffe, 4461 Saint-Denis Street

Theater: Sex? But I’m Canadian!

This theatrical production in English by the Canadian company HappySad presents in a humorous way the love and sexual life of an old couple of Canadians after several years of marriage. The slightly caricatured show invites the spectators to accompany the two individuals in their sexual exploration where they will discover several new possibilities. * Tonight at 7 pm at MAY, 3680 Jeanne-Mance Street


Movie: Love Fault

.This film by Russian filmmaker Andrey Avyagintsev tells the story of a divorced couple who must finally work together despite their problems to find their son, especially since it mysteriously disappeared during one of their dispute. The drama won the Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival in 2017. * Released on DVD today

Comic: Campaigning

This journalistic comic book by Rémy Bourdillon and Pierre-Yves Cezard discusses how a new generation of farmers preferring to work on a human rather than an industrial scale has difficulty surviving in the current Quebec context. This book reveals their realities and a little better understanding of the internal conflicts of the province’s farming community and its one and only union, the Union des producteurs agricoles. * Released in bookstores on June 5th

Video game: Jurassic World Evolution

If you’ve ever dreamed of building and running your own dinosaur-filled amusement park brought to life through science, Jurassic World Evolution is here for you. In this simulation game, you will have to develop new technologies and kinds of creatures, ensure to keep the chests of the park filled by satisfying your visitors and above all, stay alert in case one of the dinosaurs escapes. * Released today on PC, PS4 and Xbox One

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