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Chloé (1996)

Not Rated | | Drama, Romance | TV Movie 11 June 1996
After a violent dispute with her mother, sixteen-years old Chloé ends up in the streets with nowhere to go. Then she finds Jean-Michel, a charming young man who will lead her to prostitution.


Dennis Berry


Dennis Berry (scenario), Christine Miller (scenario)




Cast overview, first billed only:
Anna Karina ... Katia
Marion Cotillard ... Chloé
Jean-Claude Adelin Jean-Claude Adelin ... Jean-Michel
Nozha Khouadra Nozha Khouadra ... Elsa
Arache Mansour Arache Mansour ... Ahmed
Elisabeth von Buxhoeveden Elisabeth von Buxhoeveden ... Juliette
Caroline Pevee Caroline Pevee ... Séverine
Olivier Polgen Olivier Polgen ... Thomas
Jean-Marie Gelon Jean-Marie Gelon ... Le PDG
Anne Deleuze Anne Deleuze ... La mère
Christian Courtois Christian Courtois
Joseph Miceli Joseph Miceli
Jean-Paul Frehisse Jean-Paul Frehisse
José Rodríguez José Rodríguez
Fabrice Borrini Fabrice Borrini


After a violent dispute with her mother, sixteen-years old Chloé ends up in the streets with nowhere to go. Then she finds Jean-Michel, a charming young man who will lead her to prostitution.

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Drama | Romance


Not Rated

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Marion Cotillard is woefully miscast, but also the only reason to see this
4 September 2016 | by lazarilloSee all my reviews

This is a goofy French TV movie about a troubled teenage girl who runs away from home. After taking a train to the big city, she runs into a vicious pimp (a vicious WHITE pimp, of course), who forces her to do a and striptease for his friends at a bar, takes her virginity, and then turns her out to work the streets (beating and raping her when she is being uncooperative).

The main point of interest of this movie is future Oscar winner Marion Cotillard in the lead. She is quite good, but also VERY miscast. Even at the young age of 18 or 19, she was much too mature-looking and attractive to be very believable in the role of a hapless, naive teenager. There is a scene at the beginning where a male school chum makes a wager with her and another girl that if he lies on the tracks and allows a train to pass over him one of them will have sex with him. "Chloe" is upset when he chooses the OTHER girl, but frankly it beggars belief that ALL the guys in rural France would not all be throwing themselves under trains for a shot at this sumptuous beauty. And the belief beggaring continues when she falls for the seedy charms of a low-rent pimp and becomes a low-rent streetwalker later in the movie.

Frankly, the best reason to see this movie is the uninhibited nude scenes that Cotillard was wont to do early in her career. If you're a straight male, so much blood will no doubt be regularly flowing FROM your brain that you'll take the absurd plotting, unintentionally campy melodrama, and woeful miscasting completely in stride. Be warned though that the version playing of this on Amazon Prime has all the nude/sex scenes removed for god knows what reason (this is the same service that is currently streaming the notorious Hong Kong "category III" film "Red to Kill" totally uncut). There is really no good reason to watch this nonsense if you can't at least appreciate the wonders of Cotillard's nude form. Otherwise, you might as well just sit through a sanctimonious Lifetime movie on this subject (and in French to boot).

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11 June 1996 (France) See more »

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