|Directed by||Anne Émond|
|Produced by||Sylvain Corbeil|
|Written by||Anne Émond|
|Music by||Vincent Roberge|
|Edited by||Alexandre Leblanc|
|Distributed by||Maison 4:3|
Jeune Juliette is a Canadian comedy-drama film, directed by Anne Émond and released in 2019. A semi-autobiographical coming of age story inspired by Émond's own teenage experiences, the film stars Alexane Jamieson as Juliette, an overweight and unpopular young girl who is bullied at her high school but learns how to fight back with her wit.
The film also stars Myriam Leblanc and Robin Aubert as Juliette's parents; Christophe Levac as her older brother Pierre-Luc; Léanne Désilets as her friend Léanne; Antoine DesRochers as her brother's best friend Liam, on whom Juliette has a romantic crush; Gabriel Beaudet as Arnaud, a classmate with Asperger syndrome whom Juliette defends from similar bullying; and Karl Farah and Stéphane Crête as teachers at her school.
The film opened in theatres on August 9, 2019.
- T'cha Dunlevy, "Jeune Juliette a different kind of Quebec coming-of-age comedy". Montreal Gazette, August 9, 2019.
- Marc-André Lussier, "Jeune Juliette: inattendu et remarquable". La Presse, August 9, 2019.
- Éric Moreault, "Jeune Juliette: La vie ne vire pas toujours au drame". Le Soleil, August 9, 2019.
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