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Alice (2019)

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She did everything right, until it all went wrong.
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Emilie Piponnier ... Alice Ferrand
Martin Swabey Martin Swabey ... François Ferrand
Chloé Boreham ... Lisa
Jules Milo Levy Mackerras Jules Milo Levy Mackerras ... Jules Ferrand
Ariana Rodriguez Giraldo Ariana Rodriguez Giraldo ... Ariana
Juliette Tresanini Juliette Tresanini ... Carole
Christophe Favre Christophe Favre ... M. Gaubert
Philippe de Monts ... 1st Client
David Coburn ... 2nd Client (Lawyer)
Robert Burns Robert Burns ... 3rd Client
Marie-Laure Dougnac ... Véra
Marie Coulonjou Marie Coulonjou ... Jessica
Rébecca Finet Rébecca Finet ... Multilingual Escort Agent
Claire Morin Claire Morin ... Estate Agent
Nicolas Buchoux Nicolas Buchoux ... Bailiff


When her husband steals her money and abandons her and her son, Alice finds herself broke, desperate, and on the verge of losing her house. With time running out, she realizes that the only way to make good money fast is to become a prostitute. Written by eyesmalloy

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Raindance Q&A the Director told us it was primarily filmed in her flat with her son playing the same role in the film. Also did research with Escorts for the script See more »

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27 July 2019 | by vrafisSee all my reviews

This first feature film by Josephine Mackerras is a beautiful story of initiation about a woman who takes back her life after everything has been stolen by her husband. The subject, however touchy, is treated in a forward-thinking and complex way. Mackerras has obviously put all her heart and voice in her work. She keeps away from all judgment and leads us irresistibly alongside the heroine, Alice. This leading role is remarkably interpreted, and the whole cast is worth an Oscar. Mackerras' direction of actors is of rare precision and richness, which leads us to laugh and cry with particularly endearing characters. The photography is gorgeous. It's a film about love of life, women's empowerment, and the strength it takes to get up -- a film for our time.

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15 May 2020 (USA) See more »

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