Gaining a lot of attention at this year’s Cannes market is Jean Paul Civeyrac’s Girls in Black (Des Filles en noir), which takes place in a provincial town where Noémie and Priscilla, two girls of 17 from humble backgrounds, feel the same disgust for the world and the same violence. They are a source of concern for those around them who sense that they might try anything. Just how violent is the film? For all we know this could be a drama, but you can sort of feel out the vibe in three clips below. Trailer and art soon.
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