Cerise Trailer

Cerise Trailer (2015)

01 April 2015 Comedy 90 mins

Cerise is fourteen years old but she looks twenty. Cerise grew up on the outskirts, but now she's exiled to Ukraine. Cerise wears excessive amounts of makeup, but she still has a little girl's dreams. Cerise doesn't know her father, even though she's going to have to live with him. Cerise has only ever thought about herself and now she finds herself in the middle of a revolution.

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Zoé Adjani

as Cerise

Jonathan Zaccaï

as Cerise's Father

Jonathan Zaccaï

as Le Père de Cerise

Olivia Côte

as Pascale


Catherine Morisse

Catherine Morisse Associate Producer

Bruno Privat

Bruno Privat Director of Photography

Dorothée Lissac

Dorothée Lissac Costume Design

Marc Chouarain

Original Music Composer

Michel Ochowiak

Original Music Composer

International Releases Dates

France 01 April 2015

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