||En octobre 1970, à l'Exposition Universelle d'Osaka, une jeune actrice montréalaise joue dans une pièce de Feydeau, au pavillon du Canada. Au même moment, à Montréal, en pleine Crise d'octobre, son petit ami, Michel, se retrouve impliqué dans un attentat terroriste. En moins de 24 heures, la jeune femme est confrontée à plusieurs difficultés et doit faire face à un choix déchirant. -- NO (1998) In October 1970, Montreal actress Sophie (Anne-Marie Cadieux) appears in a Feydeau farce at the Osaka World's Fair. Back in Montreal, her boyfriend Michel (Alexis Martin) watches the October Crisis on TV and sees Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau declare the War Measures Act. The Canadian Army patrols Montreal streets. Sophie learns she's pregnant and phones Michel. However, Michel is immersed in politics, while Sophie rejects the amorous advances of her co-star (Eric Bernier), becomes friendly with a blind translator, and passes an evening with frivolous Canadian embassy official Walter (Richard Frechette) and his wife Patricia (Marie Gignac). Meanwhile, in Montreal, Michael plots terrorist activities. Prolific man of the theatre and occasional film-maker Lepage brilliantly finds a farce among the separatists in Montreal in 1970 to match the Feydeau varierty being performed at Expo 70 in Tokyo. The link is the actress Sophie in Japan, whose boy-friend Michel in Montreal wants to write a more elegant note to go with the bomb his terrorist colleagues plan to set off in three hours' time. His confusion over Japanese and Canadian time has hilarious consequences, as does Sophie's involvement with a lecherous diplomat and his snooty wife. 'No' refers to the Quebecois vote against separation in 1980 & to a No play in Tokyo. Stars Anne-Marie Cadieux, Alexis Martin, Marie Brassard, Richard Fréchette, Marie Gignac, Eric Bernier, Jean Leloup. Not Available in the U.S.