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La première fois que j'ai eu 20 ans (2004)

In 1960s France, 16-year-old Hannah Goldman is experiencing a painful adolescence. Her Jewish background and plain appearance make her an object of ridicule, but she has a talent for music ... See full summary »

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Hannah Goldman
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Mme Goldman, la mère
Serge Riaboukine ...
Meyer Goldman, le père
Myriam Moraly ...
Judith
Stéphanie Pasterkamp ...
Sandra
Laurent Spielvogel ...
M. Troutman
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Oncle Jérémy
Michel Vuillermoz ...
M. Conrad
Adrien Jolivet ...
David
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Louis
Romain Vissol ...
Jo
Renan Mazéas ...
Emile
Joséphine Serre ...
Myriam
Maroussia Dubreuil ...
Ruth
Catherine Arditi ...
Mme Sarah, la voisine
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In 1960s France, 16-year-old Hannah Goldman is experiencing a painful adolescence. Her Jewish background and plain appearance make her an object of ridicule, but she has a talent for music and is determined to fulfil her ambition to play in the school jazz band. Written by morroviolet

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6 October 2004 (France)  »

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Första gången jag fyllde 20  »

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Minor correction
16 January 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Just a minor point but I've just been watching this film on French TV (Channel D17 on 16/01/2014) and it's actually set in the early '60s, not the '50s as LeonStyloroy says.

The family's Peugeot 404 wasn't introduced until 1960 and there's also a '64 Panhard PL17 in the movie but the red 1970 Simca 1000 may be an anachronism.

However, the Jacques Dutronc track one of the characters was listening to ("Les Play Boys"?) was released in 1966 on his first (self titled) album.

Irrespective of any of that, it's a gem of a film even if you see it in French without English subtitles.


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