Girls (1980 film)

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Girls
Directed by Just Jaeckin
Produced by
  • Léon Zuratas
  • Claude Giroux
  • Georg M. Reuther[1]
Written by
  • Just Jaeckin
  • Jean-Luc Voulfow[1]
Music by
Cinematography Claude Agostini
Edited by Yves Langlois
Country
  • France
  • West Germany
  • Canada
Language French

Girls is a 1980 French-West German-Canadian film directed by Just Jaeckin. The film is about four teenage friends who experience the trials and tribulations of maturing into women.

Cast[edit]

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Production[edit]

Girls was shot in Montreal in Canada and in Normandy and Paris in France.[2][3] The film was a French, West German and Canadian co-production, with funding from the French Society of International Co-productions, FFF - French Movies (Paris), The Caneuram Films (Montreal), TV13 Filmproduktion (Munich).[3]

Release[edit]

Girls was released in Paris on May 7, 1980 and June 27, 1980 in West Germany.[1][2] The film was shown for 9 weeks in Paris.[3] In Canada, the film premiered in Montreal on October 2, 1981.[2] The film was distributed by Les Productions Karim in Montreal and released in both French and an English dub.[2]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Girls - Die kleinen Aufreisserinnen". Filmportal.de. Retrieved January 1, 2014. 
  2. ^ a b c d e "Item Display". Collections Canada. Retrieved January 1, 2014. 
  3. ^ a b c "Girls (1978) Just Jaeckin". bifi.fr (in French). Retrieved January 1, 2014. 

External links[edit]

Girls at the Internet Movie Database