Le party

Synopsis: At a maximum security prison, there is preparation for the annual party where entertainers and strippers are scheduled to perform. But not everyone is having fun. A man is sent to solitary, his wife has a nervous breakdown, and a convict prepares to make a daring escape.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Pierre Falardeau
  4 nominations.
103 min

Liberty isn't just

a brand of yogurt.





Hey Cloutier!

Save me a seat up front, ok?

When the f*ck is happy hour?

Good morning Canada,

medication rounds...

Hey screw, go home!

A n*gger's sucking off your wife.

(Kinograph) Montral

Hey, Coma!


Thanks for the comic.


Spade, my boy...

tonight we're goin' out!

That's fine Mr. Tremblay.

Leave the rest.

Almost done.

See you tomorrow.


What're you doing here?

I'm working on the show.

Let's see.

It says from the paint shop

to the gym.

Nothing 'bout here.

I need some tools.

Sure... against the wall.


Go on.

Ok, strip.

Shit, looks good.

Not bad, try some.

Hell, it's still fermenting.

It's only been two days.


Turn around.

Open your mouth.


Tongue up.


Stick it out.

Turn around.

Bend over.


Spread your cheeks.

I said spread'em.

Raise your foot.


Other one.


Papa 5 to Papa 7.

Papa 1 in.

The gear from the show's here.

I read you, out.

Beat it.

Got much longer?

A half hour.

Bloody thing!


They'll be here soon.

Almost finished.

And move that cart.

Christ I'm scared.

G. G. Gagnon.

Your name?

Pat Marteau.


Mo Mongrain,

as in Romo Mongrain.

Nice moustache.

Same color as your boots.

Same line last year.

He's heard it.

He knows'em all.

Mr Leroux! You're back!

I sure missed you guys.

How's it look?

Perfect, just perfect.

The cash?

Boyer stashed it.


Your name, please.

Loulou, Rose...

I'm a dancer, and you?


This your first time in jail?


Me too.

Sylvie Nantel.


Name, Miss?

Maurice Leblanc, honey.

Your queen bee just flew in.

The blue ones cost a pack

the black are two.

Where'd they come from?

That dancer at the St-Jean show,

remember her?

I'll pay you later.

Jesus I'd love

a piece of her ass!

A brunette with glasses

named Marie-Jose Drouin.

Just about Pierrot's size.

Check the readhead.

Ya listening?

Cool it. Marie Drouin,

wears glasses.

You'll get your pass.

I'd sure f*ck her.

The ass on that blonde...

Too skinny! With mine,

you get your money's worth.

Grab her good...

Take that, bitch!

Hi, I'm Jacques.

Your boyfriend sent me.

- How is he?

Having a rough time.

He can't take this,

I know him.

Getting you in

sure gave him a lift.

When can I see him?

Soon as the show starts.

We arranged the whole thing.

The inmates' committee?


I don't understand.

Might seem strange

to an outsider.

It's what they call


Who's "they?"

Prison authorities.



they'll do anything for the boys.

Look, I managed

to get this through.

Pass it on.


If you wanna get high...

Now the party can start.

How do you?

We use what we find

in the kitchen.

That's from tomato juice.

Ain't bad.

I'm Spokes, and you?


Like some peanuts?

How'd you get'em?

Well, you know...

400 thieves under one roof.

Papa 1, all clear.

Go ahead.

I wouldn't stand by the door

if I were you.

C'mon, Coma, move it.

The guy with the Elvis wave...

He's the warden.


Who's the lady?

Don't know her.

Some bitch.

Must be his wife.

The man in the turtleneck?

Father Miron.

He's ok. Usually

he avoids that gang.

Boyer's not here?

Not yet.

Wait, I'll check.

And in back?

The psychiatrist.

Now there's a fuckin' sicko!

Sons of bitches.

Don't know the other guy.

A son of a bitch.

All SOBs.

Then you've got

evaluators, psychologists,


They're all sons of bitches.

So if I understand, everyone

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Pierre Falardeau

Pierre Falardeau (December 28, 1946 – September 25, 2009) was a Quebec film and documentary director, pamphleteer and noted activist for Quebec independence. more…

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