Un, deux, trois, soleil (1, 2, 3, Sun)
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Un, deux, trois, soleil (1, 2, 3, Sun)
This experimental drama is something of an actor's challenge: see if you can convincingly play an age range from six to thirty six without any makeup or costume changes, just by using your gifts as a performer. In this film, the role of Victorine poses just such a challenge to Anouk Grinberg, who appears as this child of the Marseilles slums. At any moment in the film, she is likely to be any age. The young girl cowering at her mother's feet becomes a sexual wunderkind, as well as observing the bizarre and often sexual antics of her multiracial neighbors. If there is one theme for the… More

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"it's a bit of a drag that writer/director Bertrand Blier won't give Victorine a break as she stumbles toward a dissatisfying future"
‑ Don Willmott, Filmcritic.com
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