• The Break

    2003. France. Nathalie Loubeyre. 20 min.

  • I’m Not Afraid of Life

    1999. France. Noémie Lvovsky. 111 min.

Introduced by Loubeyre

Thursday, September 14, 2006, 8:30 p.m.

Theater 1 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1), T1

  • The Break

    2003. France. Written and directed by Nathalie Loubeyre. With Agnès Sourdillon, Hammou Graïa. With two hours to kill between shifts, a cashier meanders in and around a sparsely populated strip mall—and life happens. 20 min.

  • I’m Not Afraid of Life

    1999. France. Directed by Noémie Lvovsky. Screenplay by Florence Seyvos, Lvovsky. With Magali Woch, Ingrid Molinier, Julie-Marie Parmentier. Adorned in an eye-aching assemblage of patterned tunics, Kermit-green bellbottoms, and pseudo-masochistic tops heavy on zippers, four girls on the brink of neurotic womanhood are at the center of Lvovsky’s energized feature—while their less vibrant parents, teachers, and love objects look on. Courtesy Connaissance du Cinema and Arena Films. 111 min.

In the Film exhibition Prix Jean Vigo

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