Le temps d’unété has become the biggest hit at the Quebec box office in four years.

Directed by Louise Archambault (Gabrielle, It was raining birds), the feature film has grossed $2,170,404 in Canada since its theatrical release last July. No film has had such a good performance at the box office since Liar in 2019. Émile Gaudreault’s comedy with Louis-José Houde and Antoine Bertrand had crossed the six million mark. Its brand is therefore far from being threatened.

Still showing in more than twenty theaters in Quebec, Le temps d’unété tells the story of a street chaplain (played by Patrice Robitaille) who inherits a residence in Bas-du- River and decides to take a group of homeless people there. The film, written by Marie Vien (La passion d’Augustine), also stars Guy Nadon, Élise Guilbault, Martin Dubreuil and Sébastien Ricard.

“This is wonderful news for the film and for Quebec cinema, rejoiced Patrick Roy, president of Immina Films, through a press release. People are back in droves in theaters across the province…”