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A Short film by Eve Duchemin

Produced by Les Films Grain de Sable

Production year : 2012


    Sabrina, 20, lives in a partially restored old house with her former boyfriend and tries to make ends meet by doing small jobs here and there. She signs up for a course in the hope of going back to school and getting qualified one day, and at the same time takes a job as a stripper in a nightclub on the Old Port of Marseilles. Wanting to become an adult is neither a vain hope nor an easy task, and nobody can tell her that being twenty is the best time of life.

    Production and distribution (3)

    Executive Producer :

    Les Films Grain de Sable

    Foreign production company :

    Eklektik Productions

    Co-production :

    Arte France


    Festivals and Awards

    • Georges Foundation Prize at the Visions du Réel Nyon 2012
    • Création Prize at the Traces de Vies Festival 2012
    • Special Audience Prize and Special Jury Prize at the Filmer le Travail Festival 2013
    • Special Jury Mention at the Brive Medium-Length Film Festival 2013
    • Festival slections: SalinaDocFest, FIFF Namur 2012, DOcPOint Helsinski, Comptoir du Doc de Rennes, Film sur l’Éducation d’Evreux, Mujeres en Foco Argentine

    Photos (2)

    Technical details

    Short film

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    Coproducer countries :

    France, Belgium

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    55 min

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