My Life on Ice
My Life on Ice is a 2002 French teen drama film directed by Olivier Ducastel and Jacques Martineau, which tracks a year in the life of a teenage figure skater in a quasi-documentary, video diary style.
The film centers on Étienne, who lives in Rouen with his mother and grandmother and intends to take part in the national figure skating championship. For his 16th birthday, his grandmother gives him a digital camcorder as a present, which he starts to use immediately (supplying the introductory scenes of the film).
|author||Jacques Martineau Olivier Ducastel|
|director||Jacques Martineau Olivier Ducastel|
|keywords||best friend digital camcorder figure skating first time ground homosexuality skate the national video diary|
|theme||coming-of-age lgbt-related sports teen teen drama|