Fifteen year old Pauline and her older cousin, model-shaped Marion, go to the emtying Atlantic coast for an autumn holiday . Marion ignores the approaches of a surfer and falls for Henri, a hedonist who is only interested in a sexual adventure and drops her soon. Pauline's little romance with a young man (Sylvain) is also spoiled by Henri. Written by
Otto Oberhauser <Oberhauser@cc.univie.ac.at>
Did You Know?
When Pierre confronts Pauline at her cousin's house, Pauline is interrupted in reading a Gallimard book entitled 'L'Ennemi public n° 2', written by Gérard Lecas
. Lecas, while an author of not overwhelming popularity, was also involved in filmmaking, particularly in the films of director Eric Rohmer
, and was in fact working as a sound assistant on Pauline at the Beach
. 'L'Ennemi public n° 2', his debut novel, had been published in 1982, the year in which the film was being made. See more
She shouldn't be picking up idiots on the beach.
Referenced in Folly Island