Little Lili Trailer

Little Lili Trailer (2003)

27 August 2003 Drama, Romance, Foreign 104 mins

This film, loosely inspired by Anton Chekov's The Seagull, weaves a story about sex, family and the business of making films. When the young and overly sensitive filmmaker Julien screens his new DV art-film starring his girlfriend Lili (Swimming Pool's Ludivine Sagnier) --a sexy young local girl--to his famous actress mother Mado, and her lover Brice, an accomplished film director, an unraveling of the delicate peace in their house begins. The graceful beauty Lili, who dreams of becoming a famous actress like Mado, is immediately fascinated by Brice, who gladly falls prey to her charms.

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Cast

Julie Depardieu

as Jeanne Marie

Anne Le Ny

as Léone

Michel Piccoli

as acteur qui joue Simon

Louise Boisvert

as actrice qui joue Léone

Mathieu Grondin

as acteur qui joue Julien

Charles Senard

as assistant de Julien

International Titles

Little Lili Trailer

International Releases Dates

France 27 August 2003

United States 11 November 2003

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