In presence of Fred Baillif and the crew of the film.
In his latest film, La Mif – “family” in French slang – Fred Baillif tells the story of teenage girls placed in foster care. A real breath of fresh air in the genre of social realism, the codes of which become a playground.
A former social worker, Fred Baillif has created an immersive docudrama about a shelter for young girls, where passionate dialogs set the pace. Between whirlwinds of conflict and laughter, he reveals the violence suffered by these “Daughters of Fire” and the fragile links between them and the employees of a system that claims to protect youth. A real breath of fresh air in the social realism genre, the codes of which become a playful sandbox.
en collaboration avec Stéphane Mitchell, Fred Baillif
Grégoire Maret, Robert Kubiszyn
Fred Baillif, Fresh Production
Claudia Grob, Anaïs Uldry, Kassia Da Costa, Joyce Esther Ndayisenga, Charlie Areddy, Amélie Tonsi, Amandine Golay, Sara Tulu, Nadim Ahmed, Isabel De Abreu Cannavo