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Un Deux Trois Soleil (1992)

Cast: Anouk Grinberg, Anouk Grinberg, Marcello Mastroianni, more...
Director: Bertrand Blier, Bertrand Blier, Yann Michel, more...
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Studio: Homevision
Genre: Comedies, Foreign, France, Dysfunctional Families
Running Time: 104 min.
Languages: French
Subtitles: English
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Synopsis
This experimental drama is something of an actor's challenge: see if you can convincingly play an age range from six to thirty six without any makeup or costume changes, just by using your gifts as a performer. In this film, the role of Victorine poses just such a challenge to Anouk Grinberg, who appears as this child of the Marseilles slums. At any moment in the film, she is likely to be any age. The young girl cowering at her mother's feet becomes a sexual wunderkind, as well as observing the bizarre and often sexual antics of her multiracial neighbors. If there is one theme for the movie beyond Victorine's odd life, it is that everyone needs affection and support. ~ Clarke Fountain, All Movie Guide

GreenCine Member Reviews

Disturbing yet captivating by NMalik August 2, 2005 - 6:46 PM PDT
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1 out of 3 members found this review helpful
A very strange film. Somewhat artistic but pretty disturbing. It was a very surreal depiction of a young woman dealing with the problems of living in a poor neighborhood. About a girl growing up in the ghetto's of France around arab boys who mostly womanize and rape women starting from kindergarden classrooms. I compare it with City of God, just less glamorized violence and more glamorized rape...so to speak. I found this film very frusterating with it's small criticism and sometimes comedic depiction of rape. Still, it was shot very artistically and symbolism was shown throughout. Maybe I just failed to catch the whole meaning.




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