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An Easy Girl(Une fille facile)

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France · 2019
1h 30m
Director Rebecca Zlotowski
Starring Mina Farid, Zahia Dehar, Clotilde Courau, Nuno Lopes
Genre Comedy, Drama

In this coming-of-age dramedy, 16-year-old Naïma decides that she will use her summer break as an opportunity to decide what she wants to do with her life. When her attractive, alluring, and seductive cousin, Sofia, arrives, Naïma is tempted by Sofia’s seemingly carefree lifestyle and it may change the outcome of her summer break.

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The Film Stage by Ed Frankl

This is a straightforward coming-of-age story from France, a country for whom this is almost a national cliché, but elevated by a key eye for gender roles of its protagonists and an up-to-date message for a teenage generation growing up in a #MeToo world.


The New York Times by Jeannette Catsoulis

Sultry, but never sleazy, observant yet nonjudgmental, An Easy Girl is more than just a tale of innocence and experience. Taking a nuanced look at sexual awakening and, to a lesser extent, class distinction, the movie has a charming flightiness that builds to an unexpectedly touching climax.


The Hollywood Reporter by Jon Frosch

A relaxed, warmly sensual coming-of-age drama so steeped in ripe South of France flavor — sun, sea, lots of skin and a bit of bling — that you practically want to eat it by the spoonful.


Variety by Peter Debruge

Ultimately, An Easy Girl challenges what society thinks of those who leverage their desirability as Sofia does, leaving intriguing questions about one’s values — and value — in her wake.


The New Yorker by Richard Brody

Zlotowski crafts a distinctive style to distill and heighten the drama’s psychological complexities and societal analyses. No less than its young protagonists, the film dangerously brushes against the edge of modernity’s enticingly destructive glitz.


Movie Nation by Roger Moore

Sex, skin, scenery and aspirational affluence are the Netflix selling points, here. But director/co-writer Rebecca Zlotowski made this a drama, not a comedy. She’s leaning towards cultural commentary.

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