Young Benoit learns about life very quickly from his uncle Antoine who serves as everything from notary and shopkeeper to undertaker in a depressed region of Canada's backwoods. Set in 1940s Quebec, MON ONCLE ANTOINE is an alternately tender and haunting coming-of-age film that came to be recognized as one of Canadian cinema's greatest works. Director: Claude Jutra Star: Jacques Gagnon, Jean Duceppe, Monique Mercure, Claude Jutra Special Features: 2-Disc Set Anamorphic Widescreen 1.66 Audio: Dolby Digital 1.0 - French Subtitles - English Optional Additional Release Material: Bonus Shorts - a CHAIRY TALE (1957) - Claude Jutra and Norman McLaren Documentary - 1. ON SCREEN: MON ONCLE ANTOINE (2007) 2. CLAUDE JUTRA, AN UNFINISHED STORY (2002) Trailers - Theatrical Trailer Runtime: 104 minutes.