Three children on their own in Paris—a brother and two sisters ages seven, eight, and nine—wander the city shoplifting, scamming fast food, sneaking into movies, and doing what they please. Chris Marker has called this feature from 22-year-old actress Isild Le Besco “the greatest debut since Godard’s Breathless (À bout de souffle).” 2004, France, color, 35mm, in French with English subtitles, 63 minutes.
Despite her youth, the director has become a cult actress in France and around the world. Her feature credits include roles in Sade (2000), Girls Can’t Swim (Les Filles ne sarant pas nager) (2000), Adolphe (2002), Right Now (À tout de suite) (2004), and Backstage (2005). In 2000 she directed the short film T’es ou.