La Mif15

Directed by Fred Baillif | Switzerland | 2021 | 1h 52m | French w/ English subtitles | Starring Charlie Areddy, Kassia Da Costa, Amandine Golay, Claudia Grob

Recently placed into care, a group of teenage girls develop a close sisterly bond as they get used to their new home. Drawing on his own past as a social worker, Fred Baillif’s award-winning feature is a bristling social realist drama about the unexpected tensions and intimacies of life in a Geneva foster home. Winner of the Grand Prix Generation 14plus International Jury Prize at the Berlin International Film Festival 2021.


‘Powered by skittering, unpredictable energy and adolescent emotional eruptions, it’s a smartly structured portrait of a de facto family unit’
Wendy Ide, The Observer

‘A riveting and bristling examination of trauma and the need for familial intimacy.’
Leila Latif, Little White Lies

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