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For her first feature film, Finnish director Aino Suni signs a psychological thriller set in the golden youth of the Côte d'Azur.

Elina, a 17-year-old Finnish rapper, is forced to leave her country to follow her mother and her new boyfriend in the south of France.

Having lost all her bearings, vulnerable, she begins to frequent the golden youth of the Côte d'Azur and quickly becomes attached to Sofia, a charismatic ballerina who leads a double life, made up of parties, boys and drugs.

Fascinated by this new relationship, Elina sees this friendship turn into a power game with toxic and dangerous consequences.

The story tightens around her like a spider's web and falls into the spiral of obsession.

How far will Elina go?

To discover

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A psychological thriller

In adolescence, an encounter can change a life.

This psychological thriller, co-produced by France, Germany and Finland, depicts the initiatory passage to adulthood.

It is also a film about pretense, with the rigorous world of classical dance which is perfectly opposed to the decadence of this privileged youth of the Côte d'Azur, imbued with cruelty.

“The friendship between two girls is the most intimate and dependent relationship that exists: it's like a marriage.

We share everything with her best friend, she becomes a part of us.

Sometimes the line between friendship and romantic love can be blurred,” notes director Aino Suni, whose first feature film, in a statement.

Carried by the original compositions of JB Dunckel, half of the electronic duo




offers a colorful aesthetic of the most eye-catching.

The film brings together Carmen Kassovitz, Elsi Sloan Lucille Guillaume, Camille Chilla, Adel Bencherif... Release date: February 22, 2023.

Source: lefigaro

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