Select Hotel Trailer

Select Hotel Trailer (1997)

18 February 1997 Drama 85 mins

The Select Hotel is a dead end place for those who do not have enough cash to go somewhere else. The last shelter for those who hang around at night. These shadows walking silently along the streets, selling their poor body heat for a few crumpled banknotes, swallow and digested by their voracious thirst for a cheap high. Enough to forget for a while the distress of a ruined life and to dream of a more rejoicing elsewhere. Nathalie and her brother Tof struggle against this futureless world. Pierre, a shoe-repairer, troubled by Nathalie's grace will take part for a while to the life of these two children of misery.

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Cast

Julie Gayet

as Nathalie

Sabine Bail

as Clementine

Aminata Falldiop

as Une amie prostituée de nathalie

Stéphanie

as Travestie du sélect amie de nath

International Titles

Select Hotel Trailer

International Releases Dates

France 18 February 1997

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