Directed by Audrey Nantel-Gagnon
|Version||Original French version, English subtitles|
At 17 years old, Amaryllis and Margot have conquered together most of teenage battles and adolescent pleasures. Shirley Temple is about them, but also a tribute to women’s friendship at all ages.
Themesteenagers, love, mother-daughter relationships, feminity
Audrey Nantel-Gagnon holds a diploma in filmmaking from University of Quebec in Montreal. During her path, she directed Moving On (2017) and Shirley Temple (2018), her graduation film. Her approach attaches great importance to human observation and to characters, leaning towards an accessible, dynamic and sensitive cinema.
Catherine Boily (UQAM)
|Music||Mathilde Josset, Dead Obies, Chatelaine|