Following the sudden death of Albert, her husband of 40 years, Adèle, the mother of eight children already in her 50s, finds herself alone, cheated and betrayed by life. Faced with her grudges, she risks sinking into depression, but finally manages to take control of her destiny and open up to the world surrounding her.
Director: Louise Carré.
Stars: Charlotte Boisjoli, Jacques Galipeau, Céline Lomez, Serge Bélair, Mireille Thibault, Daniel Matte, Marie-Ève Doré, Martin Neufeld, Peter Neufeld, Anne-Marie Ducharme, Illia Esopos, Guillaume Tremblay, Isabelle Doré, Lucie Mitchell. AKA It Can’t Be Winter, We Haven’t Had Summer Yet
1981 Chicago International Film Festival – Nominated for the Gold Hugo.