18 Years Old and Rising
|18 Years Old and Rising|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Frédéric Louf|
Bo Van Der Werf
|Edited by||Françoise Tourmen|
Les Films de Pierre
|Distributed by||Bac Films|
Primo, son of Province florists, struggles paying his rent. He spends his tray for the second time. On the eve of 10 May 1981 he meets Gabrielle and he falls madly in love with her at first sight. Unfortunately they don't take to the same people. Primo then will try anything to get a place in this Parisian bourgeois society that seems so difficult to access. In order to show his passion and love for Gabrielle he doesn't hesitate to take risks, even if that requires him to become illecit and put his life in danger.
- Pierre Niney as Primo Bramsi
- Lou de Laâge as Gabrielle
- Audrey Bastien as Delphine
- Ali Marhyar as Malik
- Victor Bessière as Paul
- Michel Vuillermoz as Pierre Bramsi
- Catherine Chevallier as Françoise Bramsi
- Johan Libéreau as Nino Bramsi
- Odile Vuillemin as Marie-Ange Bramsi
- Thomas Chabrol as the math professor
- Hervé Pierre as Delphine's father
- Jean-Baptiste Marcenac as Gabrielle's father
- Rachid Benbouchta as Rachid
- Mathieu Lourdel as Olivier
- Marion Chabassol as Sophie
- Yohan Djabour as Jean-Yves
The film was presented at the Cabourg Film Festival (France), the Toronto International Film Festival (Canada), the São Paulo International Film Festival (Brazil) and the Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival (Taiwan).
|Cabourg Film Festival||Male Revelation||Pierre Niney||Won|
|César Award||Most Promising Actor||Pierre Niney||Nominated|
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