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In a suburb of Paris, a group of teenagers enjoys the last days of summer vacation. They meet in cafes, restaurants or disco, talking about first love, experiences, disappointments and ... See full summary »

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Laurence Kertekian Laurence Kertekian ... Sandrine
Jule Japhet Jule Japhet ... Martine
Mathieu Bauer Mathieu Bauer ... Riri
Sylvain Cartigny Sylvain Cartigny ... Alex
Guillaume Briat ... Paulo
Nicolas Porte Nicolas Porte ... Joel
Cédric Dumond Cédric Dumond ... Didier
Emmanuel Mauro Emmanuel Mauro ... Michel
Judith Henry Judith Henry ... Sophie
Marina Golovine Marina Golovine ... Perrine
Dominique Perrier Dominique Perrier ... Valerie
Marie Stella Djonev Marie Stella Djonev ... Isabelle
Gerard Royer Gerard Royer ... Sandrine's father
Paulette Marivin Paulette Marivin ... Sandrine's mother
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In a suburb of Paris, a group of teenagers enjoys the last days of summer vacation. They meet in cafes, restaurants or disco, talking about first love, experiences, disappointments and jealousy. Sandrine tries to figure out if she should keep her boyfriend Didier or try with silent Joel, whom she's just met. Riri, Alex and Paulo desperately try to get laid. Written by Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

11 July 1990 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

A szerelem See more »

Filming Locations:

Paris, France

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Mono

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Color
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potentially appealing but unsure in focus
15 April 2001 | by gansSee all my reviews

The story begins and ends with Sandrine, but never decides whether it's her story or that of a whole *bande* of young people. The relationships between undecided Sandrine, her parents, and her engaged friend Martine are drawn with a depth that contrasts with the sketchy depictions of the male characters and makes us regret the time squandered on tediously repeated scenes (cafe, disco, pad) of adolescent love-life. With a sharper focus and more sense of specificity (there are virtually no establishing shots), the characters might really have come alive. And why show us the heroine in her bathtub? Nudity should reflect a vision other than that of the camera-voyeur.


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