Agreeable but overlong, this French-Canadian comedy takes place in a remote Quebec fishing village (cue the accordion), whose colorful rustics need to recruit a resident physician so they can attract a factory that will resuscitate the economy. A plastic surgeon from Montreal ducks a drug charge by agreeing to spend a month treating the villagers, who embark on a campaign of elaborate hoaxes to convince him to stay. Veteran ad man Jean-Francois Pouliot makes his feature debut directing a complacently warmhearted script by sitcom writer Ken Scott; like the German hit Good Bye, Lenin!, another far-fetched tale of benign trickery, this seems to take its comedic cues from Gilligan’s Island creator Sherwood Schwartz. With Raymond Bouchard and David Boutin. In French with subtitles.