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Meine Schwester

À ma sœur!

Frankreich, Italien, 2001
Drama

Darum geht's

Die pummelige Anaïs ist 13 Jahre alt. Während sie den Sommer mit ihren Eltern im Ferienhaus verbringt, teilt sie sich mit ihrer schönen, zwei Jahre älteren Schwester ein Zimmer. Als diese jedoch einen jungen Italiener kennenlernt, muss Anaïs -zugleich angeekelt und fasziniert.

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Meine Schwester Regie Catherine Breillat

Auszeichnungen & Festivals

Cannes Film Festival

2001 | Gewinner: France Culture Award

Berlin International Film Festival

2001 | Gewinner: Manfred Salzgeber Award

International Film Festival Rotterdam

2002 | Gewinner: MovieZone Award

Breillat’s description of the film as a “psychological sitcom” is spot on, especially the way in which it depicts the Pignot family unit – an overworked father who barely has time for his kids, and a catatonic mother who spends more time smoking cigarettes than talking to her children. Their disregard is rather hilarious in its intensity, especially in the final car ride home, their tiny sedan pinned between hulking trucks, the gray industrial landscape invading their consciousness.
November 28, 2017
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It’s a meticulous work of genre subversion. Her career-long fixation on themes like “desire, guilt, romance and anti-romance (which are the same thing)” impress the conviction of her ongoing affront against both the pestiferous clichés and contrived iconoclasm often present in representations of female sexuality under the male gaze.
May 05, 2017
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The universe of Breillat is not one where sex is glorified, nor is female subjectivity. Her feminism resides on the ability of portraying woman at their most loving, vulnerable, cruel, detached, and thirsty. This is arguably something radically different than mainstream ideas about feminism in its provocative representations of desire, sexuality, and eroticism. It is a call to arms against the status quo; it is decidedly unapologetic, sometimes barbaric, often bittersweet, and always remarkable.
September 14, 2016
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