Back in Montreal after spending five years in Guatemala, Julie moves in with her elder sister, Jeanne, a chronic liar and woman of rather loose sexual morals… Disillusioned with love, Jeanne is nevertheless engaged to Noël. However, Jeanne and Noël lead separate lives, and only communicate by leaving each other messages posted under magnets on their refrigerator’s door.
Everything suddenly becomes very complicated. Jeanne compels Julie to take up with Noël so she can have a fling with a passionate musician. Noël, meanwhile, looking to end his relationship with Hélène, a married woman who is madly in love with him, sets Julie up with Michel — without Jeanne’s knowledge.
Julie mixes things up even further. Egged on by her friend Marie-Ève, she alters the contents of the messages on the refrigerator in an attempt to breathe new life into Jeanne and Noël’s relationship. Along the way, she also begins to fall for the seductive Michel. The tables are turned on everyone… In the game of love and truth, illusion leads to betrayal, but love conquers all.
|A film by||Yves Pelletier|
|A screenplay by||Yves Pelletier|
|A production by||Nicole Robert
|Line producer||Martine Beauchemin|
|Director of photography||Pierre Jodoin|
|Production Designer||Jean Bécotte|
|Costume Designer||Louise Despatie|
|Music - Original Score||Carl Bastien et Dumas|
|Chanson originale||Carl Bastien et Dumas|
|International Distribution||Les Films Séville Pictures|
|Madame Bleau||Isabelle Drainville|
|Concierge||Guy A. Lepage|
|Mélomane (Kolzig)||André Ducharme|