Your Name Is Justine

Synopsis: While living with her grandmother in Poland, a young woman falls in love. Her boyfriend is charming and suggests they travel around Europe and work here and there to pay for their trip. Unfortunately, the boyfriend isn't as he seems and the young woman is sold as a prostitute when they cross over to Germany. We follow her ordeal as she tries to free herself and to stay sane as time goes by and her captors try to break and condition her to a new life of servitude.
Genre: Thriller
Director(s): Franco de Pena
  6 wins & 1 nomination.
97 min

- Didn't you hear what this lady said?

- I was just kidding!

- Drop dead!

- You have to be careful.

I am.

- Hey, wait!

- Come on!

Stand there, I'll take a photo of you.

- Smile!

- I'm smiling.

- Grin!

- I am grinning!


- Do you remember this?

- What?

Skinny, skinny...

- So what's with our trip?

- Did you make your mind?

- I did, and you?

- A long time ago.

- It's my dad.

- Say hello to him.

Hi, dad. We've a little delay.

We'll be there tomorrow in the evening.

Don't worry. Bye.

- My dad says hello.

- Thanks. You think he'll like me?

Of course he will.

He's looking forward to meet you.

- Are we going tomorrow?

- Maybe tonight?

- Don't tease me.

- Are you ashamed?

- No, I'm not.

- That's my grandma.

- Come on, I'll introduce myself.

- No way, she won't recognize you.

- Come on!


- Do you remember Artur?

- Hello.

Hello. You're grown up now!

You look exactly like your father.

Mariola, stand by your grandma,

I'll take a photo of you.

I'll show it to my father.

So you're going tonight?

- Is Hania going too?

- Yes. The whole lot.

- Is Artur going too?

- Yes.

Your mother...

trusted guys too much.

Take it, my child.

Take it! You'll make use of it.

You're such a dear.

Dear Grandma

Dear Grandma. I'm sorry I didn't say it outright,

but I left with Artur.

It's very important for me,

so I hope you will understand.

I will be back in three weeks.

Your Princess


- Is that all?

- It's all I need.


If you want to speak German,

do it right!

Do you always talk to your father in German?

- What do you mean?

- You talked in German on the phone.

When my father went to Germany in 1989,

he stopped using Polish. I had to learn German.

Hey, you!

Do you like me?

You're splendid.

So maybe we'll stay here for the night?

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