Yugy Pictures Entertainment is a motion picture company headquartered in the USA. It has sister companies operating in France and Sweden, specializing in the production of English language films with strong earning potential in the international marketplace. Production Profile Genres: Action, Adventure, Epic, Historical, Fantasy, Comedy, Drama, Martial Arts, Mystery, Psycho-Drama, Romance, Science-Fiction, Horror. Supernatural, Suspense, Thriller. Theatrical Films: Involved from the Development and Production stages. Television Films: Involved from the Development and Production stages.

"I have identified you as a NEET -i.e. a young person who is "Not in Education, Employment or Training". As a NEET, I would like to invite you to take part in a short survey, approximately 2 minutes of your lifetime to complete, to further understand the rationale of your situation. Participation into the study is voluntary and you may discontinue at any time. All subjects will remain anonymous." Dr. Anonymous.

Director: Hugues Gentillon
Writer: Hugues Gentillon
Stars: Karim Wallet, Joanna Ignaczewska, Guillemette Dumont, Gemma Wallace, Hai Le, Melodie Rebourg, Aya Laforet, Natalie Hones, Daria Mazzocchio, Stephanie France, Susy Etionsa, Fergus Foster, Will Jones, Anna Fallstrom, Taz Sanusi, Shakira Austrie, Shakhan Somerville, Solomon Akintioye, Helena Klaus, Lauren Dior Appleton, Yu Kawasaki, Bonnie Waack, Issa Sissoko, Jasmine Clark, Lisa Lian, Edoardo Barile, Edoardo Milano, Yosma Semerci, Sarjana Singh, Tom Dayton, Raymond Manari, Ghimmel Hermogenes, Anna Ignazzi, Deoud Gentillon, Hugues Gentillon, Soham Goswami, Lisa Wermelin, Vlad Troncea

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