Actor turned director Alain Ross debuted with this sensitive teen drama set in rural France. The beauty of the rustic summer countryside has little impact on the alienated Juliette (Letitia Velay). Her 16th birthday is marred by bickering between her British-born mother and her hippie ersatz stepfather; moreover, her father is a drunken bartender in town. Her boredom leads her to Titi (Oswald Massot) and his gang of skinheads. When their walk on the wild side goes awry, Juliette's parents react coarsely. Frustrated, Juliette ventures into the night on her scooter, resulting in a major accident that chastens the community. L'Attrape-Reves was screened at the 1999 Montreal Film Festival.
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