Movie Et toi, t'es sur qui ? Lola Doillon (2007)

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    Élodie and Julie, two 15-year-old teenagers, educated at the Guez-de-Balzac high school in Angoulême, decide to take action before the start of the school year. This is the first feature film written and directed by Lola Doillon. She notably directs Christa Theret, a French actress discovered alongside José Garcia in Le Couperet, in 2005.

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