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"17 Girls" is a 2011 drama film written and directed by Delphine Coulin and Muriel Coulin.
- also known as 17 filles, 17 Mädchen, 17 koritsia, 17 ragazze, Seventeen girls, Seventeen filles, 17 Raparigas
- country: France
- language: French
- directors: Muriel Coulin & Delphine Coulin
- producer: Denis Freyd
- executive producer: Andre Bouvard
- production design by Benoît Pfauwadel
- written by Muriel Coulin & Delphine Coulin
- Louise Grinberg as Camille
- Juliette Darche as Julia
- Roxane Duran as Florence
- Esther Garrel as Flavie
- Yara Pilartz as Clémentine
- Solène Rigot as Mathilde
- Noémie Lvovsky as L'infirmière scolaire
- Florence Thomassin as La mère de Camille
- Carlo Brandt as Le proviseur
- Frédéric Noaille as Florian
- Arthur Verret as Tom
- Philippine Raude Toulliou as Philippine
- Sharleen Le Mero Pietruszka as Sharleen
- Charlotte Alonso as Charlotte
- Julia Ballester as Julia
- genre: Drama
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by Simmi Jain
started with just 17 girls studying in small classrooms it has now expanded into a full-fledged university offering courses in disciplines, Arts, Education, Home- Science, Nursing and Library Science faculties and having a strength of 26,907 ...
from the birth of Christ to the present time ... by Thomas Tegg
Atkiason, eanght fire, and was entirely destroyed ; 17 girls, the oldest about 19 years of age, were burnt to death, ouly 9 persons eseaping.
by Samuel Lewis
A school containing 17 girls, and a Sunday school for boys, are supported by the Dowager Lady Suffield. BLID WORTH (ST. MARY), a parish, in the union of MANSFIELD, and within the liberty of SOUTHWELL and SCROOBY, though locally in ...
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