I might be dead by tomorrow

In Mon­tre­al, front-line work­ers are work­ing hard to pro­vide appro­pri­ate care for our soci­ety’s most vul­ner­a­ble citizens. 


Patients arrive in the consultation room every day, broken, sick and scarred by life. In front of them sits a committed person who tries, without false hope, to repair bodies and psyches.
At night, when the clinic doors are closed, the street outreach workers take to the streets to extend their support to all those unfortunate women who have chosen the streets as their home.

Theme(s) : , Human Rights, Mental health, Precarity


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Steve Patry


Steve Patry is a doc­u­men­tary direc­tor whose works have a pro­found social pur­pose. His first fea­ture, De pris­ons en pris­ons (2014), received a spe­cial men­tion from the jury at RIDM and a nom­i­na­tion for the Jutra Award for Best Doc­u­men­tary Fea­ture. Nom­i­nat­ed for Best Fea­ture Doc­u­men­tary at the Cana­di­an Screen Awards, Was­eskun (2016), is a mov­ing account of dai­ly life in an alter­na­tive deten­tion facil­i­ty for abo­rig­i­nal men.


Director | , Steve Patry
Year | , 2020
Country | , Québec
Duration | 75 minutes
Original language | , English, French
Subtitles | , French
Formats |
Image | Steve Patry
Sound | Nicolas Goyette, Steve Patry
Sound design | Marie-Pierre Grenier
Sound mixing | Isabelle Lussier
Music | Bertrand Blessing
Editing | Natalie Lamoureux
Production | Steve Patry


Quebec City Film Festival, 2020
Junction North International Doc Film Festival, 2020
Sherbrooke World Cinema Festival, 2021
Vues-sur-Mer Festival, 2021
Rendez-vous Québec Cinéma, 2021
Sherbrooke World Cinema Festival, 2021

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