Julia, Magnolia Pictures, François Marquis & Bertrand Faivre present a film by Erick Zonica ; produced by Bertrand Faivre, François Marquis ; adapted by Roger Bohbot & Michael Collins ; written by Aude Py & Erick Zonca ; directed by Erick Zonca
The work Julia, Magnolia Pictures, François Marquis & Bertrand Faivre present a film by Erick Zonica ; produced by Bertrand Faivre, François Marquis ; adapted by Roger Bohbot & Michael Collins ; written by Aude Py & Erick Zonca ; directed by Erick Zonca represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Portland Public Library.

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  • E8zHtGBDf-U
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  • True
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  • 2
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  • Julia, Magnolia Pictures, François Marquis & Bertrand Faivre present a film by Erick Zonica ; produced by Bertrand Faivre, François Marquis ; adapted by Roger Bohbot & Michael Collins ; written by Aude Py & Erick Zonca ; directed by Erick Zonca
Main title
  • Julia
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  • Magnolia Pictures, François Marquis & Bertrand Faivre present a film by Erick Zonica ; produced by Bertrand Faivre, François Marquis ; adapted by Roger Bohbot & Michael Collins ; written by Aude Py & Erick Zonca ; directed by Erick Zonca
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • Julia is a 40-year-old alcoholic on the constant decline. She spends the nights partying, usually not knowing where she is when she wakes up. Because of that, she loses her job. Her only friend, Mitch, a recovering alcoholic himself, makes her go to an AA meeting, where she meets her neighbor, Elena. Elena tells Julia that she wants to kidnap her son who is living with his very rich grandfather and go back to Mexico with him and she needs Julia to help her. If Julia agrees, Elena will pay her 50,000 dollars. Out of control, Julia convinces herself to commit this violent crime
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  • videorecording
Intended audience
  • MPAA rating: R; for pervasive language, some violent content and brief nudity
OCLC Number
  • 355971235
Runtime
  • 144
Technique
  • live action
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