Imdb Rate : 7/10
Director: Christine Lipinska
Writers: Régine Deforges (novel), Paul Fournel (dialogue)
Stars: Élodie Bouchez, Edwige Navarro, Benoît Magimel
The Stolen Diary is a Franco-Italian-Swiss film directed by Christine Lipinska, released in cinemas 28 April 1993.The was a time, a young girl (Virginia) know the perfect love through that of three of her friends, Anne, Maurice and Jacques.
Virginie is the daughter of the local bar owner and has ambitions to become a writer. She is an upbeat and inquisitive girl. In her mountain town just after World War II, the two local children at the top of the economic ladder are the grown, orphaned siblings Anne and Jacques, both of whom are in love with the vivacious Virginie. However, Anne gets to her first, and the two of them share a deep romantic bond which Virginie writes about in her diary.