Patrice Robitaille slips into the shoes of a chaplain in Le temps d’unété, the trailer of which was unveiled on Wednesday.

Directed by Louise Archambault from a screenplay by Marie Vien, an author recognized in particular for La passion d’Augustine, the feature film tells the story of an exhausted parish priest who, for one summer, brings on vacation to Bas-du-Fleuve a group of homeless people.

Guy Nadon, Élise Guilbault, Martin Dubreuil, Sébastien Ricard, Josée Deschênes and Gilbert Sicotte are some of the many actors in the new film by the director of It was raining birds and Gabrielle.

Time for a Summer hits theaters on July 14.