Chantal Kreviazuk and Raine Maida came to Winnipeg to premiere a new film about their couple

Chantal Kreviazuk and Raine Maida came to Winnipeg to premiere a new film about their couple

The premiere of I'm Going to Break Your Heart has already taken place at the Park Theatre in Winnipeg.

Chantal Kreviazuk and Raine Maida are partners both in life and in music, and they came to the city to premiere a new film about their couple.

The film is called I'm Going to Break Your Heart and it is based on their life after getting married. It also shows the making of Moon vs. Sun’s new album. The couple has been married for 20 years and both are confident that it is impossible to make a story about just one aspect of their life, because their work and love have been around for so many years.

First of all, the musical couple wanted to show the history of the creation of their new album. However, it is simply impossible to separate the process from their life.

Kreviazuk shared that viewers will see that side of marriage, which is usually hidden from other people’s eyes. They will be able to see everything that means to be together for 20 years: good and bad.

I'm Going to Break Your Heart is not only the title of the new film. It is also the title of their new album and one of its songs.

The song is about big feelings and a heartbreak that people face in a long-term relationship. At the heart of it there is the idea that even if people decide to spend their lives together, sooner or later one of them will die.

Chantal Kreviazuk and Raine Maida used to be solo singers, but a few years ago they decided to create Moon vs. Sun and began to sing each other's songs and make new musical masterpieces.

The premiere of the film was on Wednesday, February 13. It will be in theatres in May.

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