Already six years.


Is it even possible that six years have already passed ?

I was in New York, this city we were going to visit together. I gave you the choice between Coachella or NY for this sisterhood trip that we talked about for such a long time. Since then, I have politely declined almost all invitations to attend concerts. Without you, the music no longer resonates in my heart the same way.

New York is covered with snow. It took me nearly two days to finally arrive in Quebec City. I will spend several weeks there before returning to California, going back to work, getting married, losing loved ones, giving birth to Lætitia, attending weddings, supporting people divorcing, changing work, adopting a puppy…

Six years have passed. I live this parallel life in which I search… And will search for you without loosing hope of finding you.

I looked for you all over the world, in capitals and villages, police stations, charity organizations, in a movie, at the FBI Headquarter, in the press, on the Internet, by mail, by telephone, by letter, and so on. I searched among old friends who remember you and among your acquaintances that I did not know. I searched with extraordinary strangers with heart of gold.

We all look for you in our own way. Constantly, frequently, or occasionally.

I look for you. We will continue, relentlessly, to try to find you with the resources that we have. We will not loose hope.

I hope that luck will smile at me and finally I will find you, even if I don’t know what I will find.


Your body.

The shadow of what you were.


Six years already. I miss you like the first day.

Please give me a sign.

Nath xx

The movie “Absences” is now officially released!


Absence sometimes gives us strength that we did not expect.

Now Playing! The film “Absences” by Carole Laganière, in which I participated following the disappearance of my sister Marilyn.

A beautiful piece of cinema with special effects on the soul! Please find the movie trailer below in French.
Montreal: Excentris Cinema September 20 to 26: 6:10PM except September 24: 12:45PM, 9:10PM
Quebec: Cartier Cinema during the Film Festival of Quebec City (FCVQ) September 22: 2:00PM

I particularly salute the courage of the three other protagonists of the film: Ines Hajrovic, Deni Yvan Béchard, and Colette Sauvageau.

Carole, thank you again for your wonderful film that gives me such a great opportunity to find Marilyn. Thank you to believe in it as much as I do …

“The cinema is a dream made possible”.
Juliette Binoche (Loose translation!)

Press Release – Absences Movie Premiere: Another Step to Find Marilyn


Montreal, Canada – August 27, 2013 – The family of Marilyn Bergeron, missing since February 17, 2008, will attend the world premiere of Absences, a film directed by award-winner Carole Laganière and produced by the National Film Board of Canada (NFB). Absences will screen during the 37th World Film Festival (WFF) in Montreal on Wednesday, August 28, 2013.
7:00 p.m. Reception at Ambassade Boris, located at 1641 St-Denis, Montréal (Québec), H2X 3K3. Phone: 514-508-5979
9:30 p.m. Screening of Absences at the Cineplex Odeon Latin Quarter, located at 350 Emery Street, Montreal (Quebec), H2X 1J1. Phone: 514-849-2244

Pina Arcamone, general director of the Missing Children Network and Andrée Champagne, coordinator of the Eastern Quebec Association of Families of Persons Assassinated or Disappeared (AFPAD), will accompany Marilyn’s family to the premiere. This special event gives hope to all those who keep Marilyn in their hearts, even after more than five years of disappearance.

Absences will also be released in theaters at the Montreal Excentris Cinema on September 20, 2013. A press screening will be held at Montreal Excentris Cinema on Wednesday, September 11th, at 10:00 a.m. The cinema is located at 3536, Boulevard Saint-Laurent, Montréal (Québec), H2X 2V1.It was nearly a year ago that Nathalie Bergeron walked through the streets of the city of Toronto, searching for her sister Marilyn under the sensitive and discreet gaze of director Carole Laganière and her technical team. Marilyn’s family will experience the film Absences during the premiere, but the possibility that thousands of people on all continents may see the documentary provides a unique opportunity to revive a difficult quest that time unfortunately does not soothe. Therefore, the family will view this film with great emotion, gratitude, and renewed hope.

About the Film Absences
To view the trailer, please visit Please contact the NFB to obtain a copy of the English version.
Produced at the NFB by Colette Loumède, Absences is a documentary directed by Carole Laganière under Filmmakers in Residence program at the NFB.

Winner of the Best Canadian Documentary at the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival in Toronto in 2002 for The Fiancée of Life and in 2003 for The Moon and the Violin, Carole Laganière has established herself as a mature artist with a compassionate and insightful perspective. The filmmaker and the film’s protagonists will attend the world premiere at the WFF.
For further information or for interview requests, please contact Marie-Claude Lamoureux, NFB.
Phone: 514-283-9607
Mobile: 514-297-7192
or the family of Marilyn Bergeron:
Phone: 1-800-840-1526
Email: contact@findmarilyn.comThank you again for your support,

The family of Marilyn Bergeron

Missing for Five Years, Open Letter to Marilyn


Dear Marilyn,

For five years now you have not been a part of my life.
I hope that this is a personal choice, but doubt and anxiety sober me.
What happened to you?

The reality of your loss sinks in every day, but I cannot adapt to the worries.
It gnaws the heart… Responses that never come. Your voice only resonates in the past.

In the meantime, I’m still looking for you.

I wish I could express to you once more the love I have for you, which in turn carries the hope.
The words are missing, just as you are, and I miss you. Fortunately, I still have the memories and hope.

I have dreams that are light as wings,
That leave me their joy to the heart, in souvenir,
That always fly back forever
I have dreams that are like swallows.
– Translation of ”Rêves” by Albert Lozeau. (5-8)

Write me if you can ( If you cannot, know that I will not forget you.

Your sister who loves you,
Nathalie xxx

Details of the campaign to find Marilyn

With the continued support of the Missing Children’s Network organization and Mrs. Pina Arcamone, the new campaign will include the following initiatives.

1. From 13 to 21 February 2013

-5000 Posters distributed in 66 establishments Café Dépôt in the Province of Québec.

-Display on giant screens in Caisses Desjardins in the Province of Québec.

-Distribution of flyers in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, the Montréal neighborhood where Marilyn lived before her disappearance.

2. A pan-Canadian campaign will begin shortly in collaboration with the Canadian Centre for Child Protection.

-On 19 February, the photo of Marilyn appeared on the recipe of the day by the producer of vegetables Manitoban Peak of the Market sent to 50,000 subscribers to its newsletter.

-Rogers and CIBC Bank will proceed to print Marilyn’s photo on the envelope containing the monthly invoice to their customers.

3. Sun Youth has also extended its offer of a reward and will provide a sum of up to $ 10,000 to anyone who would provide information needed to find the young woman.

4. Thank you to a special police officer in the Montreal area that continues to send information to Marilyn to thousands of colleagues, community organizations, etc..

Thanks to initiatives and efforts of Missing Children’s Network, AFPAD, Sun Youth, friends and colleagues of the family of Marilyn Bergeron, nearly a million people will see the photo of Marilyn across the country.