"Naima is 16 years old and lives in Cannes. While she gives herself the summer to choose what she wants to do in life, her cousin Sofia, with the attractive way of life, comes to spend the holidays with her. Together, they will live an unforgettable summer."
"Une Fille Facile" won the Director's Fortnight prize for Best French-Language movie.
French actor/writer/director Rebecca Zlotowsky strikes Cannes gold a second time with her fourth feature. Ms. Zlotowsky's second film "Grand Central" won the François Chalais Prize in the Un Certain Regard section at Cannes in 2013.
"The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmão" is director/co-writer Karim Aïnouz's adaptation of Martha Batalha's novel, about two loyal sisters divided by social forces in '50s era Jro de Janeiro.
Brazillian filmmaker Karim Aïnouz returns to Cannes; his 2002 debut film "Madame Sata" also screened in Un Certain Regard. Fortune shone on "The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmão" yesterday when Aïnouz's seventh film won Cannes Un Certain Regard award.
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