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    Little Girls, Big Trouble

    The Pick-up Artist
    Germany
    Olli is a playboy. He finds himself just as he did the morning before -- in another strange woman's bed. As he plans to make his escape after another conquest, he comes face to face with his worst nightmare -- the woman's 6 year old daughter. Little Yvonne is not happy with the unlucky love life of her mother and decides to take matters into her own hands. Produced and directed by Steffen Weinert. Principal cast: Steffen Groth, Chantal Hourticolon and Nina Weniger.
    Visit the film's web site at (note: only in German) www.the-pick-up-artist.com

    Big Girl
    Canada
    A battle of wills develops between nine-year-old Josephine and her mother's new boyfriend -- a "lowly" bartender. No longer the sole object of mom's affection, Josephine challenges this new interloper to a winner take all competition. He may be man enough for her mother, but is he man enough to take care of them both? This bittersweet tale of modern family politics is written and directed by Renuka Jeyapalan. Principal cast: Samantha Weinstein, Kris Holden-Ried and Patricia Fagan.

    [Original air date: Sun, Apr 06, 2008]

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