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by Emilie Deleuze


Aurore may not get the best marks, but she’s certainly not dumb. She has a keen way of observing and commenting on her surroundings – on her parents, the boys, her French teacher and herself too. Defiantly stubborn, Aurore tests the boundaries and discovers in the process that she can let off steam with music and that she is not actually ‘frigid’. The film is based on the popular French trilogy of adolescent novels “Le journal d’Aurore” and features Catherine Hiegel and Alex Lutz.

international title: Miss Impossible
original title: Jamais contente
country: France
sales agent: The Party Film Sales
year: 2016
genre: fiction
directed by: Emilie Deleuze
film run: 90'
release date: FR 11/01/2017
screenplay: Emilie Deleuze, Marie Desplechin, Laurent Guyot
cast: Pauline Acquart, Philippe Duquesne, Alex Lutz, Patricia Mazuy, Léna Magnien, Tessa Blandin, Raphaelle Doyle
cinematography by: Jeanne Lapoirie
film editing: Frédéric Baillehaiche
art director: Pascal Leguellec
producer: Patrick Sobelman
production: Agat Films & Cie / Ex Nihilo, Ad Vitam Productions
backing: Ile-de-France region, Cinémage, Soficinetv and La Banque Postale Image Soficas
distributor: Ad Vitam
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