François Delisle

Canada 96 min. min Fiction


A couple, separated for 10 years, are forced to come together to identify the remains of their young son declared missing. As they struggle to heal the wounds of the past and bury them with their child, they find a way to be parents and lovers one last‑time.

Chorus is a love story that emerges from mourning and leads to two survivors clinging to each other as if to‑heal‑the deepest cut of all.

*Sapnish première


François Delisle

(Montreal, 1967) Before beginning his studies in film, he made several experimental shorts. Delisle was noticed by the critics with his medium-length Beebe Plain when he was named best young actor at the Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois. In 1994, Ruth, his first feature film, raises the critical acclaim.

Filmography: Chorus (2015), Le météore (2013), 2 fois une femme (2010), Toi (2007), Le bonheur c'est une chanson triste (2004), Ruth (1994)

François Delisle

Film information

Original Title: Chorus
Director: François Delisle
Script: François Delisle
Contact: Doc & Film International
With: Sébastien Ricard, Fanny Mallette, Geneviève Bujold, Pierre Curzi
Country: Canada
Year: 2015
Format: DCP
Length: 96 min. min
Language: French
Subtitles: Spanish | English
Edition: 2015