Du côté d'Orouët (1971)

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Du côté d'Orouët (1971)
Du côté d'Orouët (original title)

A patient observation on the adventures a group of three young girls spending their three-week summer vacation at a small village, a quotidian that includes cooking, excursions, playing cards and going out with guys, enjoying the simple pleasures life has to offer.
France
IMDb   7.6 /10
TheMovieDb    6.3 /10
RottenTomatoes
FilmAffinity   7.6 /10
Creators
Director Jacques Rozier
Writer Jacques Rozier
Writer Alain Raygot
Information
Release Date1996-10-29
Runtime2h 30min
GenreDrama
Content Rating
Awards
CompanyV.M. Productions, Antinea
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench
Carolineas Caroline
Danièle Croisy
Danièle Croisy
Joëlleas Joëlle
Françoise Guégan
Françoise Guégan
Kareenas Kareen
Patrick Verde
Patrick Verde
Patrickas Patrick
Gilbertas Gilbert
Claude Burel
Claude Burel
Dominique Constanza
Dominique Constanza
Arlette Emmery
Arlette Emmery

Du Cote D'Orouet

Du Cote D'Orouët is a 1973 French film directed by Jacques Rozier. The film is about three young girls who have their summer vacation in a villa on the beaches of Orouët. It was first screened at the Cannes Film Festival in 1971.


Cast

  • Danièle Croisy as Joëlle
  • Françoise Guégan as Kareen
  • Caroline Cartier as Caroline
  • Bernard Ménez as Gilbert
  • Patrick Verde as Patrick