Adapted from her own novel, 36 Fillette ranks as one of Breillat’s signature films and another sophisticated, unsentimental portrait of a young woman’s sexual coming of age. Lili (Delphine Zentout) is a 14-year-old on a camping trip with her parents in Biarritz; precocious and curious, Lili tests the limits of her ability to exert power over men while at the same time growing increasingly anxious to lose her own virginity. She soon crosses paths with Maurice (Etienne Chicot), a depressive, aging playboy with whom she entertains the idea of having sex, though his misogyny threatens to thwart her desire. Also featuring memorable appearances by French New Wave icons Jean-Pierre Léaud and Jean-François Stévenin.