Creaking Projectors is screening a French-English comedy movie 'Seducing Dr. Lewis' ('La Grande Seduction'), on 8th August, at the Taj Deccan.
The movie is a 2003 comedy, and the first film directed by Jean-Francois Pouliot. The script was written by Ken Scott, and the movie stars Raymond Bouchard, Dominic Michon-Dagenais, David Boutin, Guy-Daniel Tremblay and Yanick Villeneuve.
In the tiny Canadian village of St. Marie-La-Mauderne, accessible only by boat, life is getting worse. For generations, it was a prosperous fishing locale, but now its once-proud citizens are largely unemployed, and face the routine humiliation of having to depend on government welfare checks in order to survive.
When their mayor leaves for Montreal to take a job as a policeman, it's up to the flawed but clever (and occasionally drunk) Germaine Lesage (Raymond Bouchard) to take over as the village leader. The only hope for the citizens now is allowing a small factory to be built nearby.
But by law, the village is required to have a local doctor or else the factory can't be built. By chance, a young doctor by the name of Christopher Lewis (David Boutin) comes to St. Marie-La-Mauderne. With only one month to convince him to stay, Germaine and the villagers resort to all sorts of crazy schemes to make their town seem like the ideal place for Dr. Lewis to call home.
Entry ticket is priced at Rs. 100 per head. Please contact 6666-3939 for further details.