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Les autres filles (2000)

Not Rated | | Drama | 30 August 2000 (France)
In this coming of age drama, a teenage hairdresser apprentice looking to lose her virginity befriends classmate that give her advice about sex. When she falls for a guy in school, she begins to learn the lay of the land.

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Julie Leclercq ...
Solange
Caroline Baehr ...
Mother
Jean-François Gallotte ...
Father
Bernard Menez ...
Mr. Suarez
Benoîte Sapim ...
Gary
Elodie Leclercq ...
Isabelle
Selima Hachellaf ...
Sarah
Jennyfer Martin-Lassissi ...
Diana
Marion Jaubert ...
Nadège
Samira Errachydy ...
Leila
Audrey Bonzom ...
Sandrine
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Frédéric Aubry ...
Les amis des parents
Pascal Auclair ...
Les amis des parents
Hermann Azaud ...
Le Copain de Gary
Nathalie Barolle ...
La Femme de ménage
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In this coming of age drama, a teenage hairdresser apprentice looking to lose her virginity befriends classmate that give her advice about sex. When she falls for a guy in school, she begins to learn the lay of the land.

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The Other Moronic Chick!
29 December 2002 | by See all my reviews

This movie portrays a moronic teenage girl who wishes nothing more than to lose her virginity to the first ugly guy she meets.

She is so concerned about her peers' opinion that she would do whatever it takes to convert herself into a 1st class tart. The only likeable character in the movie seem to be the balding guy who dances awkwardly. I perceived he rejected her after finding out she may be underage. All other characters are all unpleasant.

I thought the movie had potential for a good storyline. However, its overall ugliness makes the toilet scene in Trainspotting seem clean.

It endorses child promiscuity and irresponsibly preach to young teens that whatever the character does is okay and things will work out in the end. Distastefully made. I can name several other grunge movies that is much better than this.


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