Bad Company (1999 film)

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Bad Company
Mauvaises Fréquentations DVD cover.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by Jean-Pierre Améris
Produced by Philippe Godeau
Alain Sarde
Written by Alain Layrac
Starring Maud Forget
Lou Doillon
Cinematography Yves Vandermeeren
Edited by Martine Giordano
Distributed by Universal Pictures France
Release date
20 October 1999 (1999-10-20)
Running time
98 minutes
Country France
Language French
Budget $3.8 million
Box office $3.5 million[1]

Bad Company (original title: Mauvaises Fréquentations) is a 1999 French film starring Maud Forget and Lou Doillon. It is a romantic drama about two young students falling in love. The movie is written by Alain Layrac, and directed by Jean-Pierre Améris. A few scenes from this movie are featured in a music video by Lene Marlin for her song, Where I'm Headed.



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