Quebec Studies

À Tout Prendre De Claude Jutra: Le Docu-Drame De La Confession

Quebec Studies (1991), 12, (1), 147–154.

Abstract

À tout prendre by Claude Jutra is one of the first Québecois films to mix direct and fictional cinematic styles. Jutra's use of this approach to representing the autobiographical subject is directly linked to the admission of homosexuality that is at the center of the film's constructed meanings. At the same time, Jutra's sensitivity to issues of cinematic representation enables the film to move beyond traditional concepts of autobiography and to explore what is called cinematic self-portraiture.

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Moffat, Alain-Napoléon