La Dame aux poupées

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La Dame aux poupées (English release title: The Doll Lady) is a 1996 documentary film by Quebec film director and producer Denys Desjardins.


Offering a candid glimpse into her reality, a tailored universe she shares with over 400 dolls displayed in her two-story cottage, to know Mrs. Boudreault is to know her dolls. Her "children" give her free rein to dream and explore her fantasies, a gift some of her entourage liken to a folly. Unwilling to abandon a world that brings her joy in her last days, the key to Mrs. Boudreault’s own history lies in the lives of her dolls.


  • Awarded Best Quebec Short 1996 by AQCC-Telefilm Canada.

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