Young, Beautiful and Screwed Up Trailer

Young, Beautiful and Screwed Up Trailer (2003)

30 November 2003 Drama, Comedy, Romance 92 mins

A young boy from the south of France falls madly in love with a posh Parisian girl and follows her for crazy adventures to the big city.

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Cast

Richard Bohringer

as Francois Bricard

International Titles

Young, Beautiful and Screwed Up Trailer

International Releases Dates

Canada 30 November 2003

France 07 July 2004

United States 12 December 2003

Production Companies

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