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Alice (2019)

She did everything right, until it all went wrong.
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Credited cast:
Chloé Boreham ... Lisa
Benjamin Bourgois Benjamin Bourgois ... Carols Husband
Nicolas Buchoux Nicolas Buchoux ... Bailiff
Robert Burns Robert Burns ... 3rd Client
Eliza Calmat ... Celine
David Coburn ... Lawyer
Marie Coulonjou ... Madame
Philippe de Monts ... 1st Client
Christophe Favre Christophe Favre ... Mr. Gaubert
Rébecca Finet Rébecca Finet ... Agent
James Gerard James Gerard ... Waiter
Etienne Guillou-Kervern ... M. Carte
Johann Morio Johann Morio ... Husband 2
Emilie Piponnier ... Alice
Fabrice Robert Fabrice Robert ... College


She did everything right, until it all went wrong.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance




Australia | France



Release Date:

10 March 2019 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Paris, France

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Funny, captivating, and heart-warming story about a young woman's path to self-determination
17 March 2019 | by brennausSee all my reviews

Astonishing feature debut by Australian director Josephine Mackerras, seen at SXSW (with an Q&A with the director, the film was the winner of Narrative Feature Competition at SXSW): Alice (a remarkable performance by first-time actress Emilie Piponnier) is happily married with a caring husband and a sweet little boy. Suddenly, her husband disappears, leaving her with her son, no money and a heavy mortgage on their apartment. She finds out, her husband was living a secret second life, spending all of her money on escort girls. Out of desperation and the perspective of becoming homeless, she starts working as a high-end escort girl herself. She befriends with a fellow escort girl, earns enough money to keep her flat, and gains a sense of independence and self-determination she never had before in her marriage. - The movie is absolutely stunning, a fascinating story that kept me captivated all through the end, beautifully shot, and an highly atmospheric soundtrack. In many parts, it is extremely funny (minor spoiler: e.g. the first scene in the hotel), sometimes horrifying (the phone call with Alice's mother). Probably shot with a small budget, the movie looks really expensive--the art direction, the camerawork, the soundtrack are skilfully set up. Emilie Piponnier impressively plays the role of a young woman finding her inner voice. Strongly recommended!

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