Stéphanie Sokolinski (Soko) as ZOE in Clara cet été là

English title: Clara's Summer - Made for TV (2002)

Director:     Patrick Grandperret
Producers:     Nicole Flipo
Screenplay:     Nathalie Stragier
Co-starring:     Selma Brook, Soko, Salomé Stévenin
Release Date:     21 June 2004 (USA)
Length:     85 minutes
Genre:     Romance
DVD Language    French (with English subtitles)

Clara and Zoé head to summer camp for a week of adventure and self-discovery. Zoé quickly gets involved with Sebastien, but is upset to find he is dating her just to impress his buddies. For comfort, Zoé turns to Clara, telling her she loves her, but Clara rejects her advances. When bisexual Sonia befriends her, other campers accuse Clara of being a lesbian. To stop rumors, Clara decides to sleep with a male counselor, but this only complicates things. Eventually, Clara succumbs to her attraction to Sonia, who helps her express her own self-awareness.

Premiered in the US at the San Francisco International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, 21 June, 2004.

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Nathalie Stragier - writer

Soko - Zoé
Selma Brook - Clara
Salomé Stévenin - Sonia
Léo Grandperret - Sébastien
Bastien Catenacci - Kevin
Chafik Ahmad - Yacine
Andre Castaing - Pretre
Robert Catenacci - Parent
Bridget Faure - Parent
Georges Fauveau - Marc
Fanny Florido - Severine
Fanny Gontles - Vanessa
Jean Grandperret - musician
Gregoire Lemyze - Greg
Jean Luisi - Pretre

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