Jown L’Euyer’s early life growing up in Montréal was anything but normal. At least not the kind of normal most people would recognize. For a glimpse into that life an the formative years behind this highly successful and talented director you need to read his book, Use Once And Destroy. It is the real-life account of heroin addiction and life on the street. It has been described as a hard-core trip into the depths of Junkieville, a world inhabited only by those seeking their next fix and doing whatever it takes to get it. He directed a 10-minute short with that title in 1995. It would be fascinating to see him direct a feature-length version of this story of his own life.
Features & TV Movies: VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release
Low Life (1994) It`s a Beautiful Day (1994) Curtis’ Charm (1995) Use Once and Destroy (1995)
Saint-Jude (2000) Tagged: The Jonathan Wambeck Story (TV-2001) Choice: The Henry Morgentaler Story (TV-2003) Prom Queen: The Marc Hall Story (TV-2004) Le goût des jeunes filles (2004) In God`s Country (TV-2007) The Good Times are Killing Me (TV-2009)
Uncommon Hero (2011, documentary, short) The Riverbank (2012) Hardsell (2013, short) Sorority Surrogate (TV-2014) The Secret Sex Life of a Single Mom (TV-2014) My Daughter Must Live (TV-2014) A Date with Miss Fortune (2015) Deadly Voltage (2016) Early Release (TV-2017)
TV Series – at least 1 episode of: Ready or Not (1997-1998) Traders (1997-1999) The Rez (1996-1997) The Adventures of Shirley Holmes (1998) Da Vinci’s Inquest (1998) The Hunger (1999) Cold Squad (1999)
Live Through This (2000) Queer as Folk (2000) Nero Wolfe Mysteries (2001) Just Cause (2001) University (2001) ReGenesis (2004-2007) Murdoch Mysteries (2004, 2008. 2010, 2011, 2017) 11 Cameras (2006, mini-series) The Guard (aka Search and Rescue, 2008, 2009)
The Listener (2012) Blood and Water (2015) The Other Kingdom (2016) Make It Pop (2016) Gangland Undercover (2016) The Detectives (2018, mini-series)