|Director||Christophe Ali Nicolas Bonilauri|
|Cast||Denis Lavant Isild Le Besco Pascal Bongard Jean-Michel Guerin Martine Demaret Yann Trégouët Raphaëlle Misrahi Emmanuelle Bercot Marcel Fix|
|Awards||2006 Berlin International Film Festival|
|Plot||Camille, 17, is caravan camping with her family at a lake in Gironde, where she's bored, pouty, and, toward her parents, foul-mouthed and rebellious. Her summer boyfriend, Fred, seems too young for her, so she starts hanging around Blaise, the camp's new sailing instructor, in part to make Fred jealous. Blaise is twice as old as Camille, is married to the camp manager's sister, and has a child. He's also homely and down and out. Blaise and Camille both seem to have a point to prove, but where can this flirtation go?... see Camping sauvage on IMDb|
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|A tranquil campground in rural France is the background for this erotic sizzler between bored, beautiful teenager Camille (Isild le Besco - A Tout de Suite, Sade), and a down on his luck ex con, Blaise (Denis Levant - The Lovers on the Bridge, Beau Travail ). Fresh out of prison, Blaise accepts a job as sailing instructor at the camp run by his brother in law, Eddie. Haunted by violent nightmares, scorned by the other campers and reminded daily of his estranged wife and children, Blaise tries mightily to resist Camille's charms. But the girl's spontaneity and nubile sexuality awaken Blaise's own repressed capacity for life. It's not long before this odd couple forge an erotic liaison that leads to deadly consequences for all concerned.|
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