Fred Louf, Régis Jaulin
| 6.3/10 |
20 July 2011 (France)
| Hugues Charbonneau
Bo Van Der Werf
César Award for Most Promising Actor
Pierre Niney, Lou de Laage, Audrey Bastien, Ali Marhyar, Michel Vuillermoz
My Best Friend, The Crisis, Les Soeurs Soleil, Tango, Augustin - King of Kung‑Fu
18 Years Old and Rising (original title: J'aime regarder les filles) is a 2011 French comedy film directed by Frédéric Louf.
18 Years Old and Rising Wikipedia
Primo, son of Province florists, struggles paying his rent. He spends his tray for the second time. On the eve of May 10, 1981, he meets Gabrielle and he falls madly in love with her at first sight. Unfortunately they don't take to the same people. Primo then will try anything to get a place in this Parisian bourgeois society that seems so difficult to access. In order to show his passion and love for Gabrielle he doesn't hesitate to take risks, even if that requires him to become illecit and put his life in danger.
The film was presented at the Cabourg Film Festival (France), the Toronto International Film Festival (Canada), the São Paulo International Film Festival (Brazil) and the Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival (Taiwan).