Diabolo Menthe (Peppermint Soda)
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Diabolo Menthe (Peppermint Soda)
This gentle, closely observed autobiographical tale, a first film by director Diane Kurys, got a very favorable critical reception at the time of its release. It concerns the experiences of Anne (Eleonore Klarwein) and Frederique (Odile Michel), the 13- and 15-year-old daughters of a separated Jewish couple. They are attending a grim, rule-crazy school in the early 1960s. Anne is unsocial and not much of an "achiever"; she tries to find out what is going on around her by eavesdropping on her mother and her older sister. Frederique is much more outgoing, has a crush on someone much… More

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"Peppermint Soda is a valentine to the bittersweet joys of adolescence."
‑ Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat, Spirituality and Practice
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