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A Summer's tale + Short Feature ' Macaza "

Doors Open 8pm
Screening 8:30pm

A Summer’s Tale 1996
Directed by Éric Rohmer
A shy maths graduate takes a holiday in Dinard before starting his first job. He hopes his sort-of girlfriend will join him, but soon strikes up a friendship with another girl working in town. She in turn introduces him to a further young lady who fancies him. Thus the quiet young lad finds he is having to do some tricky juggling in territory new to him.

Short Feature Macaza
In the imminent aftermath of a motorcycle accident, an injured young man discovers the body of his deceased passenger, his younger sibling. In an attempt to fulfill the original goal of their outing, and resulting in an outright denial of the child’s death, the young man decides to carry the corpse on the back seat of his motorcycle, and attain a familiar rural countryside. His journey is interrupted by mundane stops that are symptomatic of an ordinary getaway, however tainted with a new found paranoia, until the final destination is attained: a riverfront country house, or the place where the young adult will finally be able to endeavor his mourning.



Malheureusement, le Club Social Le Scaphandre est situé au 3ème étage d'un vieil immeuble montréalais et n'est accessible que par un long escalier. Si vous avez besoin d’aide ou de soutien pour vous rendre au spectacle ou si vous avez des questions, veuillez envoyer un message à l’équipe du Scaphandre à

Merci et désolé pour notre manque d'accessibilité!

-Le Scaphandre



Unfortunately, The Diving Bell Social Club is located on the 3rd floor of an old Montreal building and is only reachable via a long staircase. If you need any assistance or support getting to the show or if you have any questions at all please shoot The Diving Bell team a message at

Thanks and sorry about our lack of accessibility!

-The Diving Bell  

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