(France/Italy, 2006, 101 minutes)
In 1970 Paris, a seven-year old has a hard time adjusting when her bourgeois parents, swept up by the revolutionary Latin American democracy movements, become social and political activists and her lifestyle changes abruptly. Lively and sensitive family comedy-drama which would make a fine coming-of-age piece if the lead character wasn’t too young for that definition; despite the background, it is not a political film.
A Gaumont Columbia Tristar Films release. Gaumont presents a Gaumont/Les Films du Worso/B Movies/France 3 Cinéma production, with the participation of Canal Plus, Cinécinéma, Région Île-de-France and Sofica Soficinéma 4. Starring Nina Kervel, Julie Depardieu, Stefano Accorsi, Benjamin Feuillet. Directed by Julie Gavras; produced by Sylvie Pialat; screenplay by Julie Gavras with the collaboration of Arnaud Cathrine, based on the novel Tutto Colpa di Fidel by Domitilla Calamai; music by Armand Amar; director of photography (Eclair, Technovision), Nathalie Durand; production designer, Laurent Deroo; costume designer, Annie Thiellement; film editor, Pauline Dairou.