Francine Racette
Canadian actor
Francine Racette
Francine Racette is a French-Canadian actress. She is the current and third wife of actor Donald Sutherland, and mother of three of his sons: actor Rossif Sutherland, actor Angus Sutherland, and Roeg Sutherland.
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Agenda communautaire 4 mai 2011 - Nord Info et Voix des Mille-Iles (Communiqué de presse)
Google News - almost 6 years
Tous les lundis, 9 h 15, quilles, Centre commercial Saint-Eustache; Francine Racette, 450-473-6104. Le 1er mardi du mois, club de lecture bibliothèque Guy-Bélisle, Saint-Eustache; Odette Lebert, 450-413-1832. Tous les deux jeudis, 10 h à 14 h,
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FILM; Playing Close to the Bone in 'Six Degrees'
NYTimes - about 23 years
Donald Sutherland has played sinister villains, off-the-wall oddballs and anguished heroes, but rarely in his 63 film performances has he played a character so uncomfortably like himself. In "Six Degrees of Separation," the film version of the 1990 John Guare play about a young man who cons an Upper East Side couple, he is Flan Kittredge, a
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Film: 'Au Revoir les Enfants,' From Louis Malle
NYTimes - about 29 years
LEAD: LOUIS MALLE'S ''Au Revoir les Enfants'' (''Goodbye, Children'') is based on an event that took place during January 1944, when the French writer and director, then 12 years old, was attending a Jesuit boarding school near Fontainebleau. At the end of the Christmas holidays, in the middle of the scholastic year, there appeared at the school
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AT THE MOVIES; The hurdles a film maker must get over.
NYTimes - about 34 years
IN Australia, the movie business, which has flown high for a few years, may be about to crash. A week or so ago, the actors' union decided to shut out non-Australian performers, but nobody else seems to think that will solve the industry's problems. Mel Gibson, who plays the lead in ''The Year of Living Dangerously,'' says Australian film makers
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SUTHERLAND IN 'DISAPPEARANCE'
NYTimes - over 35 years
DONALD SUTHERLAND plays a nattily dressed hit man in ''The Disappearance,'' an unrelievedly solemn Canadian film given over to long pauses, contemplative strolls and mournful glimpses of the Montreal skyline. Mr. Sutherland's Jay Mallory is weary. As he explain s it to his glamorous wife, Celandine, while he makes a brief at-home visit between
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DONALD SUTHERLAND FIGHTS HIS 'ODDBALL' IMAGE
NYTimes - over 35 years
He is a Nazi spy: he will slip a knife between his landlady's ribs, stab a clumsy comrade, throw a paraplegic off a cliff and stroll calmly to tea as if from an uneventful afternoon. He is ''Nick the Noz,'' a helicopter news reporter whose half-crazed chatter fractures the airwaves. He is a well-meaning but ineffectual suburban father, anguished
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