The Twilight Girls (1957) - Rotten Tomatoes

The Twilight Girls (1957)





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The arrival of Catherine (Marie-Hélène Arnaud), a new student with a troubled past, at an exclusive French girls' school triggers a tumult of emotions for Anne-Marie (top-billed Agnes Laurent) and her friends, especially naïve Monica (Christine Carère), who develops a crush on the newcomer. Trouble arises when Catherine falls in love with Anne-Marie's sister's fiancée, which causes Monica to retaliate in jealousy.
Art House & International , Drama
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The Twilight Girls is significant for two, and only two, reasons. 1) It's Catherine Deneuve's first film. Don't get all jittery with excitement. She's not in it much, and she's still a kid. 2) There's nudity, which is pretty risque for 1957. It's a French film, so perhaps it wasn't so risque over there. And no, Deneuve isn't nude...pervert. Other than that, this is a standard, low-budget skin-tease-o-rama.

Craig Burgess
Craig Burgess

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