Beau fixe

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Beau fixe
Photo-beau-fixe.jpg
Produced by Sylvie Olivé
Alain Rocca
Cinematography Denis Lenoir
Edited by François Ceppi
Production
company
Canal Plus
Films Alain Sarde
France 3 Cinema
Investimage
Pan-Europeenne
Productions Lazennec
Distributed by Pan-Europeenne
Release date
18 November 1992
Running time
92 minutes
Country France

Beau fixe (also known as Set Fare) is a 1992 French film directed by Christian Vincent, who co-wrote screenplay with Philippe Alard. The film tells the story of four female pre-med students, who revise for their final exams at a rented coastal resort during two weeks in the summer vacation. It was nominated for the César Award for Most Promising Actress (Isabelle Carré and Elsa Zylberstein).

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