Fifteen year old Pauline and her older cousin, model-shaped Marion, go to the emptying 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.
Otto Oberhauser <Oberhauser@cc.univie.ac.at>
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I want to wait for her to come to me on her own.
Fine. Wait, then.
I will wait. As long as necessary. Until - until she loves me. If she takes too long, then I won't love her anymore. It's very likely I'll stop loving her eventually. Maybe she'll love me, but it'll be too late. That will be my revenge.
You don't really love her. You want her to love *you*. That's not the same thing.