Le Chignon D'Olga DVD

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'Le Chignon d'Olga' is the charming first film from writer-director Jerome Bonnell. A tender romantic comedy-drama set in a provincial town it tells the story of brother and sister Julien and Emma who are grieving after the recent loss of their mother. As the summer draws to a close Julien aimlessly wanders the streets until one day he encounters Olga a beautiful young woman who works in a bookshop. Secretly without confiding even in his close childhood friend Alice he tries eve

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Released
29 March 2004
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Artificial Eye Film Company Ltd. 
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Runtime
92 minutes 
Features
PAL, Subtitled, Widescreen 
Barcode
5021866268309 
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Julien and Emma are grieving after the recent loss of their mother. As the summer draws to a close, Julien aimlessly wanders the streets until one day he encounters Olga, a beautiful young woman who works in a bookshop. Secretly, without confiding even in his close childhood friend Alice, he tries everything he can to get closer to the object of his affection.

Director Jerome Bonnell was only 23 at the time of shooting his debut feature, a lighthearted, winsome look at the love lives of a rural French family, the matriarch of which died a year ago. Teenage Julien (Hubert Benhamdine) has lost his passion for the piano and yearns for beautiful bookstore worker Olga, while his sister Emma (Florence Loiret) explores lesbianism and their father Gilles (Serge Riaboukine), a children's book author, struggles with his writing.

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