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He’s Mine by Daniel Daigle

A single guy gets a visit from his biological son. And it gives him a second chance at life.

Filmmaker Daniel Daigle tells the story of Olivier, a 29-year-old that has been drifting his way through life.

One day, he gets an unexpected surprise: he a father. He has no recollection of Sarah, the mother of his child, and begins to look through her Facebook. With nobody else to care for little Antoine, Olivier is forced to become a dad and reset his life in a new direction.

While “He’s Mine” is a fictional story, Daigle drew upon personal experiences to make the film about the unpredictable challenges of life.





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