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Based largely on director Sarah Suco's experience growing up in a community that espoused sharing and solidarity, this feature debut focuses on a 12 year-old girl, who becomes a social outcast at school when her parents join a controlling religious commune in southwestern France. The film portrays the damaging effects such cults can have on family members, effectively brainwashing them into giving up their true selves for what appears to be a greater spiritual calling. Stars Camille Cottin (Call My Agent) and features Jean-Pierre Darroussin, who also stars in this year's Gloria Mundi (and who also starred in Snows of Kilimanjaro, BWF 2012).

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  • Runtime
    89 minutes
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  • Premiere
    East Coast
  • Director
    Sarah Suco