Everything Is Fine

Synopsis: Josh is an ordinary teen living in an ordinary suburb, wedged between the high school, the mine and the skate park. One morning, he finds his friend Thomas's dead body. Next, he discovers that three more friends also killed themselves, leaving him out of their pact. As the sole survivor, Josh becomes more and more detached from the world around him. Only Mia, his best friend's girl, can reach him. With more questions than answers, Josh's is the story of a survivor. It is a modern portrait of today's teens: invincible yet fragile, clear-thinking yet confused, idealistic yet jaded.
Genre: Drama
Production: Alliance Atlantis Vivafilm
  7 wins & 10 nominations.
118 min

See you, man.

Light shines

Through darker days

Eyes close

And lose their way

Slip away the night

While the whole town's asleep

Caught between the space

Where you wanted to be

Death acts

And life reacts

Spent time


Looking back

Clues along the track

Leave the following kind

Over ground

that seems to be new

Winding up the same

Every time


Mr Dagenais?

Mr Dagenais?

What do you want?

Thomas must be downstairs.


There's been an accident.

What have you two done now?

You're always pulling dumb sh*t.




Rock-a-bye baby

In the tree top

When the wind blows

The cradle will rock

I called.

They didn't say anything?


Your friends, I mean.

I mean, you were always...

What do you know about friends?

Got any?

All we want to know is if...

The school psychologist says

you should talk to someone.

Can we please just

get through this day?


My condolences.

My condolences.

Maybe we should go back in.


Get me a drink,

Corporal Dagenais.

No, that's OK.

I wanted to ask you...


Did you know anything?

- If I'd known,

I would've done something.

He seemed OK.

Excuse me.

I don't understand.


Fly to Afghanistan for it?

That'll kill you.

F*** you.

It's Mia, right?


Did you know?


That he'd...

Do like Sash?

I dunno.

You five always hung together.

Don't exaggerate.


Even when I was seeing Sasha

I couldn't chill with you.

It wasn't that bad.

They didn't leave anything either?

Not that I heard.

- Christ, they could've at least

left a letter!

Can I have one, Josh?

Yeah, sure.

Scram, it's my last one.


F*** you.

Who's he?

- Alex's brother...

his half-brother.

Vincent, I think.


Want to go?

Ah, man...

I can't.

Get someone to buy it for you.

Look, I don't have time.

You don't. No.

I won't sell it to you.

Why you busting my balls?

You always let us.

What's the problem?

I'm assistant manager now.

Wow. That's cool, Ral.

So, you're up to,

what, $9 an hour?

About that.


So you can't buy it.


What if I give you the money

and you buy it?


We haven't come here in ages.

Since grade 6.

No, high school.

It was summer.

I was seeing Sasha

and you were with Melanie.


No, you and I came here again.

After Gobeil's party.

Christ, I got into sh*t that time.

Me too.

Look, I still have a scar.

Sasha did that to you?

Why'd they do it?

Huh, Josh?

I dunno.

No more than you.


F***, Sash!

- Ex's have always been

forbidden territory.

F***ing a**hole!

You dumped her.

Makes no difference.

It's you who sets the rules, huh?

Did you smack Mia too?

Just follow the rules.

We're pals, OK?

Go f*** yourselves!

I hate you!

City full of bastards!


Why aren't you with us?

Josh, I'm not here...

to tell you what to do.

I'm here to listen.

So listen.

Did you hear anything?

I hear a lot of anger.

I hear sadness too.

So you're a kind of medium?

You hear voices and all?


Anyway, it's not what I hear,

it's what you have to say.

It's that I'm forced to be here.

I understand you don't...

want to talk about it yet.

To talk about what happened.

What happened?

- What happened to your friends.

To Sasha, first.

What about Sasha?


It's no coincidence.

You know, I know, everyone does.

To Sasha and then to...

Simon, Thomas...


Yeah, Alex.

Want to talk about Alex?

Why? You didn't know him.

No, but you knew him.


5, 6, 7, 8.

1, 2, 3, 4,

5, 6, 7, 8.

- The refractive index

gives the opacity of a substance.

Which is why light rays

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Yves Christian Fournier

Yves-Christian Fournier is a Canadian film and television director and screenwriter, who won the Claude Jutra Award in 2008 for his debut film Everything Is Fine (Tout est parfait). Fournier also wrote and directed the short films Sunk, Les Emmerdeurs, Écoute-moi donc pas quand je te parle and Le Gibier, as well as episodes of the Télévision de Radio-Canada documentary series La Course destination monde. His second feature film, Noir, was released in 2015. more…

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