A story about the transition from late youth to early maturity, the film follows several friends and lovers as they come to make decisions on how to live their lives--getting a job more in ... See full summary »
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Gilles and Christine a boy and a girl live in the outskirts of Paris, their families are ineffective and distant and they lead a purposeless life. They steal some records in a supermarket but she is caught and sent to a nursing home by force by her parents. She escapes and follows Gilles to a house where some other youths live. They then decide to go south: Christine has been told there is a commune there, where artists live. So they head south sleeping rough...Written by
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Intense. Open . Raw. Cold water wears no mask. And unlike most typical teenage flicks , this film is not sugar-coated, predictable and melodramatic.
It's not so much about being a teenager. More about not being an adult yet. Moved with emotion and impulse it leaves you feeling hot with passion. Overwhelmed by disappointment it leaves you cold when the passion does not get you what you wanted.
If you resent(ed) not being an adult yet, wash your face with some Cold Water. But be warned. The water may be colder than you expected it to be...
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