Girls (1980 film)

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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
  • 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.




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]


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]


  1. ^ a b c d "Girls - Die kleinen Aufreisserinnen". 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". (in French). Retrieved January 1, 2014. 

External links[edit]

Girls at the Internet Movie Database