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Caffè Italia, Montréal (1985)

09/19/1985 (CA) DocumentaryHistory 1h 21m
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Using archival documents, fictions, current accounts, and excerpts from a theatrical creation, Paul Tana paints a nuanced portrait of the Italians of Montreal. From the first waves of immigration at the beginning of the century to the men and women taken to a prisoner of war camps during World War II, to the hardships and joys of building vibrant lives in Montréal. Caffè Italia Montréal chronicles a significant chapter in Canada’s history.

  1. Paul Tana

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  2. Bruno Ramirez


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