Une Vraie Jeune Fille (A Real Young Girl) (A Real Young Lady) (2000)
Critic Reviews for Une Vraie Jeune Fille (A Real Young Girl) (A Real Young Lady)
An intelligent coming-of-age story about a girl who realizes, for better or for worse, that there's no turning back.
A surreal voyage into adolescent sexuality.
While the film could be construed as pornographic in nature, the intention of the narrative function is to examine the psyche and sexuality of a young girl within the political and social context of Niort, France in 1963.
To Breillat innocence is little more an imaginary state, something to yearn for while dealing with life, one orifice at a time
Audience Reviews for Une Vraie Jeune Fille (A Real Young Girl) (A Real Young Lady)
[font=Century Gothic]In "A Real Young Girl", Alice(Charlotte Alexandra) is a teenager on summer break from school. When she is not laying about fantasizing about various local young men, she is exploring the countryside on her bicycle. She is also lying about the whereabouts of her report card.[/font] [font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]With "A Real Young Girl", Catherine Breillat makes a provocative and explicit first movie. She brings her unique sensibility to this coming of age tale. The film does tend to seem a bit amateurish, though.[/font]
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