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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.

Director:

Caroline Vignal

Writers:

Olivier Gorce (adaptation), Caroline Vignal
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Cast

Credited cast:
Julie Leclercq Julie Leclercq ... Solange
Caroline Baehr Caroline Baehr ... Mother
Jean-François Gallotte Jean-François Gallotte ... Father
Bernard Menez ... Mr. Suarez
Benoîte Sapim Benoîte Sapim ... Gary
Elodie Leclercq Elodie Leclercq ... Isabelle
Selima Hachellaf Selima Hachellaf ... Sarah
Jennyfer Martin-Lassissi Jennyfer Martin-Lassissi ... Diana
Marion Jaubert Marion Jaubert ... Nadège
Samira Errachydy Samira Errachydy ... Leila
Audrey Bonzom Audrey Bonzom ... Sandrine
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Frédéric Aubry Frédéric Aubry ... Les amis des parents
Pascal Auclair Pascal Auclair ... Les amis des parents
Hermann Azaud Hermann Azaud ... Le Copain de Gary
Nathalie Barolle 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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Drama

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

30 August 2000 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Girlfriends See more »

Filming Locations:

Toulouse, Haute-Garonne, France

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DTS | Dolby

Color:

Color
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Vignal's Debut Feature is Not to be Missed!

Caught this one last night at the Seattle Film Festival. I hope it's found an American distributor so everyone can see it.

The film falls a few inches from being "perfect", but comes so close that I really recommend it.

Wow! What a central performance by young French actress, Julie Leclercq!

The plot to this one doesn't evince a lot of snap, crackle or pop; but, as with so many foreign films, it's in the interstices where you find the treasures. The small scenes, the moments between characters, the looks on their faces--here we can see the birth of friendship, betrayals, the entire course of life changing. It's not written, it's shown.

I'm a complete lover of superior acting and this film is loaded with it. Although Leclercq's character doesn't say a lot in many of the scenes, I could read her mind. For me, that's a hallmark of transcendent acting.

I have to give it up to Caroline Vignal (director and writer) for capturing Leclercq's performance and several beautifully observed stages in tracing the story of Solange. This is Vignal's first feature and it's a remarkable debut!

I don't want to synopsize the story itself. Instead, just take my tip that you've got to see this one for yourself.


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