The Canadian critic and filmmaker Denis Côté, creator of films like Les États nordiques (2005), that won the Golden Leopard in the Locarno International Film Festival; Curling (2010) and Bestiaire (2012), documentary released n the Berlinale Forum 2012, has been consolidated as one of the most influential filmmakers of contemporary quebecois scene. His cinema is experimental, away from conventions and for this reason is starred by marginalized characters, oblivious to society rules. This year arrives to Cineteca Nacional Mexico the film Vic+Flo ont vu un ours (Cic and Flo saw a bear). The film tells the story of Vic, who just got out of jail and decides to retire to an old family property, close to a quiet forest. Few days later Flo, his elder lover, visits her. She is younger and not totally lesbian, so she tends to have sex with men from the local bar. Vic is afraid that one day she leaves her for ever. To this “open” jail does not arrive visitors, except Guillame, the official ho has to check Vic’s “progresses”, and a kind woman who will become a shadow from the past. The new life of Vic and Flo is in danger, and even the forest hides tramps.