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as Alexandre Bergeron
as Roselyne, la mÃ¨re de Stella
as Serge, le pÃ¨re de Stella
as Alain Bernard
as Mme Tillier-Dumas
as Mme Douchewsky
as M. Larpin
as M. Cotenson
as La directrice du collÃ¨ge
as Laurence Faguay
as Nathalie CorbiÃ¨re
as Isabelle PorthÃ©ous
Critic Reviews for Stella
This is about the life-changing little things that happen to us all, which makes it all the more affecting.
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Verheyde does a terrific job conveying the mind set of an eleven-year-old girl with expert direction of a talented trio of inexperienced actresses.
pashei ap' to synithes ton aytobiografikon afigimaton, poy einai i pepoithisi ton dimioyrgon toys oti i alitheia tis istorias toys, ftanei apo moni tis na paiksei to rolo dramatoyrgias kai dramatikotitas ikanis na se kratisei mazi tis gia poly pera ap' to
Audience Reviews for Stella
Maybe a modern "Les quatre cents coups". The image of "the France of today". * StellaÂ´s jacket (an the scene whereÂ´s walking in a sort of mall, while the teachers decide if she will be approved or not) reminded me of Christiane F. Probably an indirect influence/reference.
Have we seen it before?It's possible.All of a sudden,this burst of outlandish situations is what makes little Stella a diverse character on-screen,like she has jumped from an Andersen fairytale engulfed with the most satirical elements from Nouvelle Vague.Barbara is fierce and romantic in her acting,in that her inexperience transforms to a lullaby of anarchy.