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SOLE SISTERS

by Pierre Jolivet

synopsis

Carole is a magistrate. She spends her life between her chambers at the Court House, dealing with a never-ending stream of pimps, psychopaths and second-rate crooks, and with her husband Bruno, a doctor in ITU, meeting under the covers between emergencies and crises.
An unglamorous life, entirely dedicated to the respect for justice and the law. The only time she lets loose is in the Parisian traffic jams, where her rage and bad temper can finally be expressed to the full!
During a case, Carole meets Tina, arrested for repeatedly stealing expensive shoes. An error from the Clerk's Office means her release and that very night, Tina turns up at Carole's house to thank her for her gesture, which she does not know was accidental.

international title: Sole Sisters
original title: Filles uniques
country: France
sales agent: StudioCanal
year: 2003
genre: fiction
directed by: Pierre Jolivet
film run: 95'
release date: FR 11/06/2003, CH 18/06/2003, BE 25/06/2003
screenplay: Pierre Jolivet, Simon Mickael
cast: Sandrine Kiberlain, Sylvie Testud, François Berléand, Vincent Lindon, Roschdy Zem
cinematography by: Pascal Ridao
film editing: Yves Deschamps, Deborah Braun
art director: Emile Ghigo
costumes designer: Valérie Pozzo di Borgo
music: Serge Perathoner, Jannick Top
producer: Alain Sarde
production: Les Films Alain Sarde, Little Bear
distributor: BAC Films, Frenetic Films, Cinéart
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