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10-year-old Paul is on holiday with his big brother Matthew. Paul would like to invite Wendy to dance at the village ball, but he is too shy to do so. Will Paul find the courage to grow up and to ask Wendy to dance?

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Sophie Galibert

Writer:

Sophie Galibert
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Cast

Credited cast:
Florian Lemaire Florian Lemaire ... Paul
Thomas Goldberg Thomas Goldberg ... Mathias
Ellie Etienne Ellie Etienne ... Wendy
Jean Pierre Billaud Jean Pierre Billaud ... Uncle (as Jean-Pierre Billaud)
Camille Andrey-David ... Mona
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dominique Bré Dominique Bré ... DJ
Benjamin Charles Benjamin Charles ... Matthias' Friend (as Benjamin Lemaire)
Yannick Costa Yannick Costa ... Boy at the Dance
Stéphane Gessat Stéphane Gessat ... DJ's voice (voice)
Kylia Grosperrin Kylia Grosperrin ... Wendy's Friend
Thibault Leclercq Thibault Leclercq ... Matthias' Friend (as Thibault Leclerq)
Flavie Leclerq Flavie Leclerq ... Wendy's Friend
Théo Leroy Théo Leroy ... Matthias' Friend
Louise Rebillaud Louise Rebillaud ... Candy Seller
Claudette Rousseau Claudette Rousseau ... Woman at the Dance
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10-year-old Paul is on holiday with his big brother Matthew. Paul would like to invite Wendy to dance at the village ball, but he is too shy to do so. Will Paul find the courage to grow up and to ask Wendy to dance?

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Short | Romance

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

1 February 2014 (France) See more »

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Budget:

EUR10,000 (estimated)
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Carlito Films See more »
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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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brotherhood
31 January 2019 | by KirpianuscusSee all my reviews

Lovely. First- for beautiful eyes, for soft story, for the cinematography and for inspired exploration of brotherhood. For the dance scene, reminding, at different level, "Le Grand Meaulnes". And seductive for great manner to present a family portrait. Source of seduction, the fundamental one, remains the high simplicity and the splendid late summer flavor.


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