17 Girls (17 filles) by Delphine and Muriel Coulin (2011, 90 min.). Based on the 2008 pregnancy scandal in Gloucester, Massachusetts, 17 high school students in a French coastal town decide to make a "pregnancy pact" and raise their children together. The film doesn't overdramatize the story; instead it paints a moving portrait of friendship and confusion that define the teenage years. "The directors capture an ineffable sense of place against which universal emotions play out" (Screen Daily).
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