A Single Girl

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A Single Girl
A Single Girl.jpg
Directed by Benoît Jacquot
Produced by Brigitte Faure
Philippe Carcassonne
Written by Benoît Jacquot
Jérôme Beaujour
Starring Virginie Ledoyen
Benoît Magimel
Cinematography Caroline Champetier
Edited by Pascale Chavance
Distributed by Pyramide Distribution
Release date
29 May 1995
Country France
Language French

A Single Girl (French: La Fille seule) is a 1995 French drama film directed by Benoît Jacquot. It follows a day in the life of a young Parisian woman named Valérie (played by Virginie Ledoyen) who begins a new job at a four star hotel the same day she reveals to her boyfriend that she is pregnant. The 90 minute film is shot in real time, with a very mobile camera style, recalling the French New Wave.[1]

This was the breakthrough role for the 19-year-old Virginie Ledoyen, best known in America for the Danny Boyle film The Beach, and earned her a César Award nomination.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "A Single Girl Blu-ray". Blu-ray.com. Retrieved 2016-05-16. 

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