The story of a fifteen-year old girl who finds herself referred to a re-education centre as a result of her love affair. She is desperate to love but this is denied her. Despite all the ...
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The story of a fifteen-year old girl who finds herself referred to a re-education centre as a result of her love affair. She is desperate to love but this is denied her. Despite all the restrictions imposed on her, she is determined to live her life to the full. Written by
This is pretty similar to other European movies about girls in reform school or generally down and out, but it is more realistic. It seems to use mostly non-professional performers, whose rough appearance and awkwardness is appropriate to the dingy scenery and storyline, and the plot isn't filled with exploitative contrivances (though it has some). Of course this means it is somewhat tedious and repulsive, but truth is interesting and the heroine is able to inspire the viewer's sympathy. The main failing of the movie is the inexplicably confusing beginning, it's never really clear what precipitated events, but the film's attention is focused on the character rather than the beginning or ending.
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