DVD/BD Extras:Interview with director & cast, Deleted scenes Cast: Stephanie Michelini, Yasmine Belmadi, Edouard Nikitine, Josiane Stoléru Director: Sébastien Lifshitz Country: France Year: 2004 Certificate: 18 Duration: 94 minutes Language: French (with English subtitles) Released: 2012-03-12
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