Black Robe

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MGM Released 1991

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Director:
Bruce Beresford
Released:
1991
Rating:
R
Black Robe, directed by Bruce Beresford, is the story of young Jesuit priest Father LaForgue, played by Lothaire Bluteau, in his life amongst the native people in a tiny French settlement that will one day become Quebec City. In their quest to teach the natives to embrace Christianity, LaForgue is sent to a small Huron village. When they encounter a suspicious group of Montagnais Indians, LaForgue is left behind while the rest of his party travels onward with a group of Indians. Much to LaForgue's dismay, Daniel, LaForgue's companion, falls in love with an Indian woman. When they are later attacked by a group of Iroquois Indians, the party realizes that they should not have abandoned LaForgue, and an attempt is made to bring him back. Also starring Aden Young, Sandrine Holt, Tantoo Cardinal, August Schellenberg, Gordon Tootoosis, and Raoul Trujillo, Black Robe was released in 1991. A co-production between Canada and Australia, the film was shot entirely in the Canadian province of Quebec.moreless

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