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Portrait d'une jeune fille de la fin des années 60 à Bruxelles 

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Michèle (as Circé)
Julien Rassam ...
Paul
Joëlle Marlier ...
Danielle
Cynthia Rodberg ...
Mireille
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4 November 1994 (France)  »

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1.66 : 1
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Michèle: Le nom brodé sur les tabliers de l'école, c'est comme un stigmate.
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Soundtracks

It's a man's man's world
Performed by James Brown
Editions Intersong Music Ltd.
©1965 Polygram Records
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quiet and interesting
21 March 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Like many French-language films I've seen, this one is more concerned with presenting a fairly realistic slice of life than with creating the standard story arc. The main character, Michele, spends the hour discussing her views of life with some old and new friends, and tries to understand her own feelings about her place in the world and her sexuality, while a camera follows along at close range. If you like your stories action-packed and resolved at the end you won't care for this one, but as a "portrait of a young girl" this film is engaging and thought-provoking. The movie reminded me of some of my own teenage trials, in a bittersweet way. The film is not so good at authentically recreating the 60's, but hey, it was probably low-budget. Anyway, the setting doesn't seem that important, as the kids' thoughts are pretty universal. Includes songs by the likes of Leonard Cohen, Johnny Hallyday, and James Brown.


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