After an argument with her mother, 13-year old Émilie is put in a residential care group. The combination of strict rules and her roommate Ariel make her life doubly difficult. In search of love and emotional security, she would even be prepared to return home to her egocentric mother who is out of her depth when it comes to bringing up a child. The only thing that gives the girl the strength and self-confidence to find her place in the world is her guitar lessons.
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FRÉDÉRICK NEEGAN TRUDEL is a Canadian film director, screenplay writer and producer from Quebec. He studied animation and first worked as a lighting technician before making his own short films. Vacarme is his debut full-length film.
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