This inept drama, which takes place in Montreal, begins in 1944 with a religious parade. The film then flashes forward to 1955 and gets to the meat of the story. Jennifer Dale, a young woman with stern parents (her mother is Quebecois, her father a Scot), is involved with Winston Rekert.
He's a rough sort who gets her pregnant and is then arrested for petty theft. He is sentenced to prison, and Dale marries Gabriel Arcand. Ten years later Rekert returns and nearly destroys their happiness, but when he sees how happy his son is, Rekert decides to fade away. This is a poorly written
and badly directed film, showing no sense for dramatic construction. At times the fil...