La Bolduc breaks $1M at the domestic box office

The feature from Montreal's Caramel Films has grossed more than $1.3 million since it was released on April 6.

La BolducCaramel Films feature La Bolduc has grossed more than $1.3 million at the domestic box office since it was released in theatres 10 days ago.

The feature film, which is directed by François Bouvier and written by Frédéric Ouellet, opened in theatres across Quebec on April 6. It is distributed in the province by Christal Films and Seville Pictures.

Set in Montreal in the early 20th century, the film tells the story of a mother who brings her family out of poverty when she embarks on a successful career as a folk singer.

La Bolduc is produced by André Rouleau and Valerie Auteuil of Caramel Films, with Brigitte Janson  serving as associate producer. It stars Debbie Lynch-White, Émile Proulx-Cloutier, Rose-Marie Perreault, Laurence Deschênes, Bianca Gervais, Mylène Mackay, Yan England, Serge Postigo, Germain Houde, Paul Doucet and Luc Senay.