Sole Sisters

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Sole Sisters
Directed by Pierre Jolivet
Produced by Alain Sarde
Written by Pierre Jolivet
Simon Michaël
Starring Sandrine Kiberlain
Sylvie Testud
Vincent Lindon
Distributed by Bac Films
Release date
11 June 2003 (France)
Running time
85 minutes
Country France
Language French
Budget $5.2 million
Box office $1.9 million[1]

Sole Sisters, a.k.a. Only Girls (French title: Filles uniques), is a 2003 film directed by Pierre Jolivet.

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Carole, a Parisian judge, meets Tina, a thief who has been arrested twice for shoplifting expensive shoes. The two women start up an unlikely friendship — both are the only child and each could be the sister the other always wanted — after Tina proves herself particularly valuable to a certain case. Carole then takes her on board for another case involving corrupt casino player, Mermot, and a local cop.

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