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‘Bon Cop’ tops Genie nominations
TORONTO (CP) — The bilingual cop action film “Bon Cop, Bad Cop,” one of the top-grossing films in Canadian history, picked up a handful of Genie nominations on Tuesday, including best picture and best actor nods for its two male stars.
But it was “The Rocket,” the moving film about hockey legend Maurice Richard and the rise of Quebec nationalism, that received the lion’s share of nominations, receiving 13 nods in 19 Genie categories, including best picture.
Roy Dupuis also got a best actor nomination for his turn as the beloved Habitant.
Three other films rounded out the best picture category: “Trailer Park Boys: The Movie,” “La petite guide de la vengeance (The Little Book of Vengeance),” and “Un dimanche a Kigali (A Sunday in Kigali).”
“Bon Cop’s” Colm Feore and Patrick Huard, who play bickering cops from Ontario and Quebec, respectively, as they try to solve a chain of hockey-related serial killings, join Dupuis in the best actor category. Olivier Gourmet in “Congorama” and Luc Picard in “Un dimanche a Kigali” were also nominated. It was Picard’s second nomination in as many years; he got a nod last year for his work in “L’Audition.”
In the best actress category, 12-year-old Jodelle Ferland, the Vancouver actress best known for her turn in “Silent Hill,” was nominated for her starring role in the stomach-churning “Tideland.” The Terry Gilliam horror film was funded in part by Telefilm Canada and was one of the most critically reviled movies of the year.
Julie Le Breton also got a nod for “The Rocket,” Fatou N’Diaye for “Un dimanche a Kigali,” Ginette Reno for “Le secret de ma mere” and American actress Sigourney Weaver for “Snow Cake.”
While Ricky, Bubbles and Julian were shut out in the acting categories, their “Trailer Park Boys” co-star, Hugh Dillon, picked up a best supporting actor nod for his portrayal of Sonny, the sinister owner of the boys’ favourite strip club.
“Bon Cop, Bad Cop” — considered the top-grossing Canadian film of all time if inflation isn’t taken into account (“Porky’s” would still be ahead in today’s dollars) had a total of 10 nominations, “Un dimanche a Kigali” had seven and “Tideland” had six, most of them in production categories.
The Genies, honouring the best in Canadian cinema, will be handed out Feb. 13 in a gala to be broadcast on Citytv.