French Tiny Teen
Young & Beautiful (French: Jeune & Jolie) is a 2013 French erotic drama film directed by François Ozon and produced by Eric and Nicolas Altmayer. The film stars Marine Vacth in the leading role of Isabelle, a teenage prostitute, and features supporting performances by Johan Leysen, Géraldine Pailhas, Frédéric Pierrot, and Charlotte Rampling. The film was nominated for the Palme d'Or at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, and received praise from the film critics. It was shown at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.
french tiny teen
After Isabelle quits prostitution she lives a normal teenage life and works as a babysitter. In spring, she meets Alex at a party and they start dating. They have sex with Isabelle on top and she has to help him out. Afterwards she breaks up with Alex saying she does not love him. Isabelle reactivates her phone's SIM card and checks messages for Lea from clients. Georges's widow Alice (Charlotte Rampling) found Lea's number in her husband's address book and requested an appointment at the hotel. When she arrives, Alice explains the situation and says she wants to see the room and meet the girl Georges was with when he died. She does not blame Isabelle because she knew he saw other women, was ill and thinks dying making love is a beautiful death. They go to the room and Alice tells Isabelle to leave her clothes on and lie with her on the bed. Isabelle says she needed to come here too. Alice kindly caresses Isabelle's face; Isabelle falls asleep. She wakes up alone looking more at peace.
George Schecter of Manhattan's East Side would have seemed at home in Acapulco, Palm Beach, or maybe even Cannes, but now as he spoke above the happy French cries of some ball-playing teen-agers in the hotel pool, he was wondering if he had picked the right island. "Nobody speaks English," he said, "and I haven't tried French since I was overseas during the war. I was thinking when I woke up this morning maybe I should get a plane to Mexico." I urged him to give it another day or two and then went off to pack for the trip home, puzzling over one of the darker mysteries of Caribbean travel: why Americans continue to stay away from Guadeloupe in such convincing numbers.
We crossed Basse-Terre at the center of the island where a smooth road cuts through the Natural Park. We passed ferns that grow larger as the road rises and pools and waterfalls which we shared with two passing French women on holiday and a thousand hidden birds.You leave the park near the west coast of Basse-Terre a