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Wanda's life has gone awry since she had phlebitis. This mannequin legs is found unemployed. On a holiday in the mountains, she can not ski. Her husband does not understand her anymore. His children either. But her real problem is named: the ski instructor's syndrome.Written by
This is the first feature film by Joséphine de Meaux as a director. The original title was "The Ski Instructor Syndrome(Le syndrome du moniteur de ski)", before turning to the fiction film, Joséphine de Meaux talked about this syndrome in a documentary for France 4, The melancholy of chairlifts(La mélancolie des télésièges). She was interviewing instructors and third-star students. It was a question of evoking the lost paradise of childhood. See more »
"Les petite flocons" was directed by Joséphine de Meaux. It's a comedy. I love this film because it's remember me holidays spent with my family. It makes me entertained. The actors were unbelievable and really good! This story is original and surprising. This is for reason I rated it 10/10.
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