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Film show: France seizes its #MeToo moment at César Awards

By France24
28 February 2024   |   4:00 pm
Broken childhoods is the summary of this week's film show: those of young film stars, at the heart of French actress Judith Godrèche's speech at France's César awards ceremony; and that of the young heroine in the film "When it Melts", which is out in France this week.

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