La Fille au Bracelet

Friday 1 November

17:00 - 18:35 Kijkhuis 1

It begins as an ordinary family outing on the beach. Then things turn dark as 16-year-old Lise, member of a wealthy middle-class family, comes under investigation following the death of her best friend. As her parents deal with the trauma in different ways, Lise is required to account for a way of life that doesn’t always comply with the morality approved of by the justice system. This third feature by writer-director Stéphane Demoustier is a razor-sharp judicial drama with a superb cast that includes Anaïs Demoustier in top form as an implacable prosecuting counsel. And newcomer Melissa Guers offers a mesmerising performance as the young woman whose very self is the mystery under investigation.
Regular ticket
€ 10.5
Cinevilleticket
€ 0

Director
Stéphane DEMOUSTIER

Cast
Roschdy ZEM, Chiara MASTROIANNI, Melissa GUERS, Anaïs DEMOUSTIER

Spoken language
French

Subtitles
Dutch

Program
Panorama

Duration
95 minutes

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