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Wild Camp (2005)

Cast: Isild Le Besco, Isild Le Besco, Denis Lavant, more...
Director: Christophe Ali, Christophe Ali, Nicolas Bonilauri, more...
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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: Lifesize Entertainment
Genre: Foreign, France, Crime
Running Time: 79 min.
Languages: French
Subtitles: English
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Synopsis
An illicit summer romance threatens deadly repercussions for a bored but beautiful teen in directors Christophe Ali and Nicolas Boinilauri's tense erotic thriller. Camille is a spontaneous-minded teen spending her summer at a rural camp. Blaise is an ex-convict haunted by violent nightmares and tormented by the invisible barriers that separate him from his estranged wife and children. When Blaise accepts a job as a sailing instructor at the camp that is run by his brother-in-law Eddie, the scorn inflicted upon him by the cruel young campers threatens to shatter his already fragile emotions. Camille is different from the other campers though. Despite his best efforts to resist the charms of the radiant young nubile, Blaise soon finds his repressed capacity for life suddenly awakened by Camille's sincere and unguarded affections. As the unlikely couple each allow themselves to fall under the other's mysterious allure, the tragic consequences of their tryst threaten to destroy the lives of all involved. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide


GreenCine Exclusive Interview

"Emmanuelle Bercot has crafted one of the most self-assured debut features that I've seen in years," declared Jonathan Marlow in May, 2006. "The cast is remarkable. Emmanuelle Seigner is quite exceptional as the troubled singer and Isild Le Besco's performance as an adoring fan is believably overwrought." In September, he got a chance to grab a quick chat with Le Besco about Backstage and more at the Toronto International Film Festival. Full article >>



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