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Credited cast:
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Dara
Imogen Jones ...
Bella
David Brazil ...
Eoin
Austin Moulton ...
Theo
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Julian
Kate Duchêne ...
Lynne (as Kate Duchene)
Lara Persain ...
Valerie
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Martin Firket ...
Paul
Thierry Waseige ...
Claude
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After the death of their mother, Irish youngsters Dara and Eoin are moved to France to stay with their aunt. There, the boys befriend a local English family and the impressionable Dara falls under the spell of their young daughter Bella. But when she begins to pull away, Dara's feelings for her start to get out of hand. Written by Anonymous

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Excellent film making debut from a promising Irish director.
31 December 2010 | by (Dublin) – See all my reviews

Sometimes you happen upon something marvelous not by intention but by mistake, like when you miss a bus only to meet a dearly missed friend a few minutes later.

It was in one of these instances that I stumbled upon All Good Children, upon hearing Catfish was sold out I settled instead for a film and director I knew nothing about and was treated to 88 minutes of quality film making.

Rather than dissect the film in detail I will simply urge you to go see this. It is beautifully shot, perfectly paced and we are treated to some mesmerizing performances from the young actors.


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