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by Léa Pool


Set in the early 60s, the story of a young girl coming up to puberty. A difficult family life leads her to seek escapism in the world of movies, and she becomes obsessed with Nana, a character from Godard's film 'Vivre sa vie' who becomes a prostitute.

international title: Set Me Free
original title: Emporte-moi
country: France, Switzerland, Canada
sales agent: TF1 Studio
year: 1999
genre: fiction
directed by: Léa Pool
film run: 95'
release date: FR 28/07/1999
screenplay: Léa Pool, Nancy Huston, Isabelle Raynault
cast: Karine Vanasse, Pascale Bussières, Miki Manojlović, Alexandre Mérineau, Charlotte Christeler, Nancy Huston
producer: Carole Scotta, Alfi Sinniger, Louis Laverdière, Lorraine Richard
production: Catpics Coproductions AG, Haut et Court
backing: La Banque Royale du Canada
distributor: Sonet Film AB, Cinemien, Haut et Court
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