GO Films



  • A film by Ricardo Trogi
  • Featured-length - 2002

Quebec-Montreal: 250 km (150 miles) of asphalt, nine thirtysomething travelers, four cars, one destination. The journey becomes an opportunity to share points of view about life and to discuss troubling questions about our existence. Highway 20 forms the backdrop for the sometimes hilarious, sometimes complicated situations between three southbound friends who discuss IDEAL love, the QUEST for romance between two ambiguous office colleagues, the appearance of PASSION from a picture perfect couple versus the DAILY-GRIND suffered by another young couple and their impending BREAK-UP. These two hours in transit along the winding thoroughfare of love set a collision course for grating simultaneous reality-checks and deep reflections about where life has taken you and the roads upon which it will take you on in the future.


A film by Ricardo Trogi
A screenplay by Patrice Robitaille
Jean-Philippe Pearson
A production by Nicole Robert
Associate producer Richard Speer
Director of photography Steve Asselin
Production Designer Pierre Riopel
Editor Yvann Thibaudeau
Costume Designer Anne-Karine Gauthier
Music – Original Score Pierre Desrochers
Sound Véronique Gabillaud
Raymond Vermette
Luc Boudrias
Casting Michel Labelle
National Distribution Alliance Atlantis Vivafilm
International Distribution Alliance Atlantis Vivafilm


Rob Patrice Robitaille
J-P Jean-Philippe Pearson
Rivard Stéphane Breton
Cossette François Létourneau
Katherine Isabelle Blais
Julie Julie Le Breton
Pierre-François Pierre-François Legendre
Michel Gauvin Benoit Gouin
Demers Tony Conte
Pelletier Patrick Baby
Mylène Brigitte St-Aubin
Baby Dana Klyszejko
Johanne Catherine La Haye
Ken Marc Poirier
Orignal François L’Écuyer
Maître Benoît Geneviève Rochette
Femme sportive Catherine-Anne Toupin
Réceptionniste Mélanie Beaulne
Secrétaire Lise Charbonneau
Agent de la SQ Ricardo Trogi
Remorqueur Bernard Arène
Comptables Linda Gagné
Norman Yap
Alexandrine Agostini
Ghisèle Marie-Ginette Guay


  • Cinema of Quebec in Paris, Opening Film, France, 2002
  • Namur Francophone Film Festival, Belgium, 2002


Genie 2003
  • Best director, Ricardo Trogi
  • Best editing, Yvann Thibaudeau
  • Best feature film, Nicole Robert
  • Best screenplay, Patrice Robitaille, Jean-Philippe Pearson, Ricardo Trogi
Jutra 2003
  • Best actor, Patrice Robitaille
  • Best original score, Pierre Desrochers et Nathalie Boileau
  • Best supporting actor, Benoit Gouin


Namur Francophone Film Festival 2002
  • Golden Bayard for best screenplay
  • Special Jury Award, Ricardo Trogi
  • Cinema and FX Award
Jutra 2003
  • Best supporting actress, Isabelle Blais
  • Best screenplay
  • Best director
  • Best film
Les Rendez-vous du Cinéma Québécois 2003
  • Radio-Canada Award for Best first film script