Geldolf and Bouquet, parents of “Bad Girl”
Shooting kicks off today in Ile-de-France on Patrick Mille’s debut feature: Mauvaise Fille (“Bad Girl”). Adapted from Justine Levy’s homonymous novel, the film stars young rocker Izia Higelin (20-year-old daughter of singer Jacques Higelin), famous Irish musician Bob Geldof (who returns to the big screen almost 30 years after Pink Floyd The Wall), Carole Bouquet (Two for the Price of One [+see also:
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Co-scripted by the director and Levy, the film centres on Louise (Higelin), a young woman who is about to give birth to her first child, while her mother Alice (Bouquet) is on the brink of dying. After the latter’s death, Louise, who has had a little girl named Angèle, tries to piece together her mother’s turbulent life... Bob Geldof will play Georges, Louise’s father.
The eight-week shoot will take place mainly in the Paris region, but the team will also spend time near Arles and on the Isle of Houat in Brittany. French distribution will be managed by ARP, while international sales are being handled by Kinology.
(Translated from French)
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