Liberty, Equality, Accommodation


In February 2007, André Drouin, an alderman from Hérouxville, Quebec fired a broadside on the town’s web page. Entitled The Hérouxville Code of Conduct, his pamphlet informed newcomers that women were not to be excised, stoned or burned alive.

From one end of the province to the other a storm of voices and opinions greeted that announcement and generated a unique expression of direct democracy. The film is about this unprecedented collective experience.

Liberty, Equality, Accommodation