Familles je vous hais

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Familles je vous hais
Familles je vous hais poster.jpg
Directed by Bruno Bontzolakis
Produced by Jérôme Vidal
Written by Bruno Bontzolakis
Starring Caroline Ducey
Music by Nicolas Ducron
Cinematography Bruno Niveau
Miguel Sanchez-Martin
Edited by Joseph Guinvarch
Production
company
Quo Vadis Cinéma
Distributed by Les Films de l'Atalante
Release date
  • 15 October 1997 (1997-10-15)
Running time
78 minutes
Country France
Language French

Familles je vous hais is a 1997 French comedy drama film directed and written by Bruno Bontzolakis. Caroline Ducey was nominated for the Prix Michel Simon film prize for Best Actress for her performance in the film.

Plot[edit]

The film deals with the struggle by the 17-year-old Jessica (Caroline Ducey) trying to reconcile her love for her father with the hatred she has for his right-wing politics.

Cast[edit]

  • Caroline Ducey as Jessica
  • Yvan Kolnik as Thierry
  • Denis Cacheux as Jessica's father
  • Olivier Brabant as Régis
  • Marie Boitel as Jessica's mother
  • Nadine Pouilly as Thierry's mother

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