Max was 13 when he was offered his first camera. For 25 years, he will not stop filming friends, loves, successes and failures. From the 90s to the 2010s, this is the portrait of a whole generation that is emerging through its objective.

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Anthony Marciano

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Max Boublil (adaptation), Max Boublil (dialogue) | 3 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Max Boublil ... Max Ifergan
Alice Isaaz ... Emma Valero
Malik Zidi ... Mathias Adler
Arthur Périer Arthur Périer ... Arnaud
Noémie Lvovsky ... La mère de Max
Alain Chabat ... Le père de Max
Camille Lou ... Fanny
Alexandre Desrousseaux Alexandre Desrousseaux ... Max (16-20 ans)
Gabriel Caballero Gabriel Caballero ... Mathias (16-20 ans)
Gabriel Brunet Gabriel Brunet ... Arnaud (16-20 ans)
Mathias Barthélémy Mathias Barthélémy ... Max (13-15 ans)
Camille Richeux Camille Richeux ... Emma (13-15 ans) (as Camille Richeux Guilloux)
Jules Porier Jules Porier ... Mathias (13-15 ans)
Thomas Aprahamian Thomas Aprahamian ... Arnaud (13-15 ans) (as Thomas Aprahamian Bensaïd)
Marie Narbonne Marie Narbonne ... Olivia (13-15 ans)
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In 1993, Max was 13 when he was offered his first camera. For 25 years he will not stop filming. The bunch of friends, the loves, the successes, the failures. From the 90s to the 2010s, it is the portrait of a whole generation that is emerging through its objective.

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Comedy | Romance

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Nostalgia on film
9 April 2021 | by elvinzhangSee all my reviews

Captures beautifully how much simpler life seemed back in the 90s and early 2000s. Friends, Fun and Drama without all the social media and fast-paced nonsense of our digital, online age that killed the romance in our lives. Oh how much I would give to go back to then.

The aesthetics of the film were great too. Really gave off a convincing retro vibe that matched nice with the throwback soundtrack. Bravo.


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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

1 January 2020 (France) See more »

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$1,899,658
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0.5625 : 1
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