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by Bruno Rolland


Léa lives in Le Havre, the town where she grew up. She goes to university and alone takes care of her grandmother, who requires constant attention. To make ends meet, she works as a waitress at a nightclub. But Léa dreams of another life. She wants to move to Paris to study political science. When she is accepted at the prestigious Political Studies Institute, she must make decisions. She must part from her grandmother. When Léa finally finds a decent rest home for her, she is faced with a dilemma: the rest home is expensive and she does not have the funds. Léa decides to become a stripper...

original title: Léa
country: France
sales agent: Colifilms Diffusion
year: 2011
genre: fiction
directed by: Bruno Rolland
film run: 93'
release date: FR 06/07/2011
screenplay: Anne Azoulay, Jihane Chouaib, Bruno Rolland
cast: Anne Azoulay, Ginette Garcin, Eric Elmosnino, Magali Muxart, Nina Roberts, Nathalie Mann, Vinciane Millereau, Thibault de Montalembert
cinematography by: Dylan Doyle
film editing: Emilie Garnaud
art director: Julia Tiemann
costumes designer: Agnès Falque
producer: Nathalie Trafford
production: Paraiso Production Diffusion
distributor: Zelig Films Distribution
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