Montréal Girls (2023) Review
Written by: Patricia Chica
Directed by: Patricia Chica
Releases Date: Releases June 2, 2023
Starring: Hakim Brahimi, Jasmina Parent, Sana Asad, Jade Hassouné, Nahéma Ricci, Manuel Tadros
Montréal Girls is a 2023 Canadian drama film directed by Patricia Chica and written by Chica and Kamal John Iskander. The film stars Hakim Brahimi, Jasmina Parent, Sana Asad, Jade Hassouné, Nahéma Ricci, and Manuel Tadros.
The film follows Ramy, a young Middle Eastern man who moves to Montreal to attend medical school. He soon finds himself drawn to two young women, Desiree and Yaz. The three of them form a close bond, but their relationship is tested when Ramy’s father arrives in Montreal and disapproves of his son’s new friends.
Montréal Girls is a beautifully shot and well-acted film that explores the themes of identity, culture, and love. The film is a must-see for anyone who enjoys coming-of-age stories or films about Montreal.
The film was released in Canada on May 12, 2023, and in the United States on June 2, 2023.
Here are some of the things that I loved about the film:
- The film is beautifully shot, with Montreal serving as a stunning backdrop.
- The cast is excellent, with Brahimi, Parent, Asad, Hassouné, Ricci, and Tadros all giving great performances.
- The film is a well-written and well-directed coming-of-age story that explores the themes of identity, culture, and love.
Overall, Montréal Girls is a well-made and entertaining film that is sure to please fans of coming-of-age stories, films about Montreal, or films about the Middle East.
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars