"Party Girl," a debut feature written and directed by Marie Amachoukeli, Claire Burger and Samuel Theis, is set to open the Un Certain Regard section of Cannes 2014.
Here's the official description for the French docudrama, which sounds like it has shades of last year's festival fave "Gloria":
PARTY GIRL follows the life of Angélique, a 60 year-old night club hostess who still loves men and enjoys partying, but now as the senior member on staff, feels she has reached the end of the line. On an impulse, she agrees to marry her regular client, Michel. The film is a portrait of a free woman who has chosen to live on the margins of conventional society, and delves deep into a France that is often underrepresented. With total realism, the lead role is played by the real-life Angélique.
The trio of co-directors have had short films "Forbach" and "C'est gratuit pour les filles" play at Cannes in 2008 and 2009, respectively.
Meanwhile, Argentinean filmmaker Pablo Trapero was recently announced as the jury president for Un Certain Regard. The Cannes official lineup will be unveiled on April 17.
Sofia Coppola's "Bling Ring" opened last year's Un Certain Regard.