Bras de fer

Environment/Country & People, Canada 2018

On October 26, 2012, a red dust covers the neighborhood of Limoilou, in Quebec City, where Véronique Lalande and her husband Louis Duchesne live with their one-year-old boy. Iron oxide, nickel, zinc, arsenic and other heavy metals fall on the district close to the Port of Quebec, where the multinational Stevedoring transports the largest nickel amount in North America. Véronique Lalande calls, writes, speak out her indignation; she is not afraid to fight for a healthy environment.
79 min
HD
Starting at 18
Audio language:
French
Subtitles:
English

Awards

Festival du Film des Droits de l'Homme de Paris 2017 Jury Prize

More information

Original language:

French

Format:

2.39:1 HD, Color

Age rating:

Starting at 18

Audio language:

French

Subtitles:

English