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GIRLS CAN GET AWAY WITH ANYTHING

by Charlotte Silvera

synopsis

Judith (8) believes that movies are more interesting than life. A summer before our story takes place, she lands the lead role in a film where she played a little “fairy” who managed to re-establish peace and happiness in her family. Since this introduction into the world of film, her parents no longer recognise her and blame movies for having ruined their daughter. One day, she runs away. By chance, she meets Nora (11), who is her direct opposite. She’s timid, unsociable and escapes her solitude in the virtual world of Internet. Judith manages to drag her on a wild undertaking (on foot, scooter, barge) as she chases her dream.

international title: GIRLS CAN GET AWAY WITH ANYTHING
original title: LES FILLES, PERSONNE S'EN MÉFIE
country: France
sales agent: Roissy Films
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Charlotte Silvera
film run: 95'
release date: FR 06/08/2003
screenplay: Charlotte Silvera, Richard Morgiève
cast: Thylda Bares, Nora Rotman, Jean-Claude Brialy, Roland Bertin, Dominique Besnehard
cinematography by: Clairemille Brossier, Laurent Grass, Kamen Kalev
film editing: Marie Castro
art director: Philippe Renucci, Dominique Cluse
costumes designer: Yan Cadran
music: Jean-Marie Senia
producer: Charlotte Silvera
production: Louise Productions
distributor: Tecumseh.works
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