36 Fillette

"OK"

36 Fillette Review


36 Fillette (referring to a junior clothing size) feels like a first film, but Catherine Breillat had been toiling away for more than a decade before turning out this rough and often slipshod flick, an obvious precursor to her later works about young girls and the boundaries between sex and violence. Here, a blossoming Delphine Zentout teases man after man until finding one she's willing to bed, consequences be damned. Extremely gritty (both in tone and production values), it's not for everyone and comes across a little too unpolished, though supporters will argue this was on purpose.


36 Fillette

Facts and Figures

Run time: 88 mins

In Theaters: Friday 6th January 1989

Distributed by: Fox Lorber

Production compaines: CB Films, French Productions

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 2.5 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 86%
Fresh: 6 Rotten: 1

IMDB: 6.1 / 10

Cast & Crew

Producer: Emmanuel Schlumberger, Valérie Seydoux

Starring: Delphine Zentout as Lili, Olivier Parnière as Bertrand, Jean-Pierre Léaud as Boris Golovine, Berta Domínguez D. as Anne-Marie, Jean-François Stévenin as Le père, Diane Bellego as Georgia, Adrienne Bonnet as La mère, Stéphane Moquet as Ca-Pe, Cécile Henry as Maetitia, Michel Scotto di Carlo as Stéphane, Anny Chasson as Mme Weber, Jean-Claude Binoc as M. Weber

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