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Camping Sauvage 2006

2.2 out of 5 stars (6) IMDb 5.4/10

Camille is 17 and on a holiday with her family in France. She's pouty, rebellious and foul-mouthed to her parents. Her summer boyfriend, Fred, seems young for her so she starts hanging out Blaise, the camp's sailing instructor. Blaise is twice as old as Camille and is married with a child. How far will the flirtation go?

Starring:
Denis Lavant, Isild Le Besco
Runtime:
1 hour, 16 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Thriller, International
Director Christophe Ali, Nicolas Bonilauri
Starring Denis Lavant, Isild Le Besco
Supporting actors Pascal Bongard, Jean-Michel Guerin, Martine Demaret, Yann Trégouët, Raphaëlle Misrahi, Emmanuelle Bercot, Marcel Fix
Studio Soda Pictures
BBFC rating Suitable for 18 years and over
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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Oh dear, the first review here for this film. Such responsibility...

This is a movie that shows the entire course of a relationship between a 40 something man (Blaise) and a 17 year old woman (Camille), set (mostly) in and around a holiday campsite near a lake in France. So that's the plot dealt with, what of the film itself? Well it looks nice, is well put together and the acting is very natural. In particular, Isild Le Besco's Camille is scarily realistic. The way the two main characters interact is top draw stuff and makes the relationship that develops between them very believable and balanced; this isn't a film about seedy sex or controlling relationships. The subtitles are good (just as well for me as I don't speak French) and the story was easy to follow too, (which is luckily for thickos like me who struggle with anything too complicated, or that doesn't involve lots of explosions and stuff).

Like many well made independent or low budget films seem to have, this enjoyed a quite 'other worldly' and dreamy feel about it. I enjoyed "Camping Sauvage" (which Google tells me means wilderness camping) a lot, although I guess if the idea of two people of such different ages getting off on each other freaks you out, you may get quite a different vibe from the film. Actually the sexual side of the relationship is played down and certainly doesn't take centre stage in terms of what's on the screen; if you're after this sort of thing I suggest you spend your money elsewhere. The focus is much more on the connection the two main characters make with one another and the disapproval of those around them.
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Beach side campsite set drama, starring Isild Le Besco as Camille, a rebellious teenager and Denis Lavant as Blaise, a troubled soul. Camille is bored on a camping holiday with her parents, on the beautiful French Atlantic coast. She likes the attention she gets from her on/off summer boyfriend Fred, who works in the bar, but finds him a bit shallow.

Then Blaise arrives as the quiet new sailing instructor, and Camille is attracted to a fellow rebellious spirit, even though he is much older and married. At first he finds her attention unwelcome, partly due to the chorus of disapproval around them, but is drawn to her wild nature.

So the doomed love affair starts, and eventually ends tragically and somewhat unexpectedly I thought.

Lavant is great to watch and has an interesting craggy lived–in face that you can believe he has gone through some problems in his life. Le Besco is very natural as foul mouthed and flirty Camille and there is good chemistry between the two of them.

The pacing is slightly uneven at times, but it is quite short and draws you in. If you like French cinema you’ll like this moody, slightly dream-like movie.
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Slow melancholic and dark
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