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Clip of Rebecca Zlotowski's teen action thriller 'Dear Prudence'

Dear Prudence (Belle épine) is a new French flick about the dark side of underground teen street-bike racing in Paris. !

Rebecca Zlotowski wrote and directed this strange little movie known as Belle épine in its native tongue and Dear Prudence for all the Americans. It's going to screen later this month at the 2010 Vancouver Film Festival and stars Léa Seydoux, Anaïs Demoustier, Agathe Schlencker, Johan Libéreau, Guillaume Gouix, Anna Sigalevitch, Michaël Abiteboul, and Marie Matheron

Paris in the 1980s. 17-year-old Prudence Friedmann (the gifted Léa Seydoux) has just lost her mother. Left to her own devices in the family apartment, she enjoys this sudden freedom along with her new friend Marilyne. They both start frequenting the dangerous illegal racing track at Rungis, where big-engined cars and souped-up motorbikes drive around chaotically.

In any case, there isn't a freakin' real trailer up for this, just a clip, of the lead character

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