La Femme Nikita , [a] also called Nikita , is a action thriller film written and directed by Luc Besson. The film stars Anne Parillaud as the title character, a teen criminal who is handed a life sentence for murdering policemen during an armed pharmacy robbery. Her government handlers fake her death and recruit her as a professional assassin. After intense training, she starts a career as a talented killer, where she struggles to balance her work with her personal life. Her career progresses until a mission in an embassy goes awry. Nikita was commercially successful but received mixed reviews from critics.
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This restaurant is initially viewed as a prison by Chi Chi, who must help out with deliveries and general preparation during any non-school time. She also initially resents being expected to keep a strong sense of her heritage through immersion in language and traditions at the local Sinophone cultural centre. This acquisition and retention of heritage is expected to take place along with an integration into French society that will hopefully ensure future professional success. Their instinct not to draw attention to themselves stems from their experience in the home country.
Meaning of "fille" in French
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The eternally thin, white and bourgeois Parisienne has become synonymous with French elegance, an image marketed and sold across the world. Perhaps because, in under three minutes, it depicts a celebration of female friendship, strength, beauty and adolescence that is as universal as it is un-stereotypically French; these are four black girls, in a film with an all-black cast, representing a level of attention for non-white characters that is unprecedented in the history of Gallic cinema — let alone in the exclusive French arthouse sector. They represent a very real, very modern kind of French femininity, albeit one that is rarely seen on screen. Paris is an extremely ethnically diverse city.