Set in Paris during the 1960s, a group of stylish teenagers hang out at a club called the Drugstore. Shy Philippe wants to meet a girl but he doesn't know how to go about it. Experienced Nathalie invites him and his friend Marc to the birthday party of the also quite shy Charlotte. Philippe and Charlotte develop a strong interest in each other, but neither one seems to know what to do about it. Philippe also tries to pick up girls with his friend Pierre, while Nathalie finds herself attracted to Charlotte's father.Written by
Ulf Kjell Gür
Members of French gilded youth enjoy their lives, but search for a deeper meaning of it.
I loved this movie. It's about young and rich group of people trying to fit in and simultaneously find themselves. They like to party, the pleasures money and status brings, dress to impress, waste money and waste themselves, but deep down they are searching for understanding, acceptance and... love.
The acting is brilliant, as well as the soundtrack. The actors themselves are attractive and well-dressed, so much eye-candy:) If you liked "Hell" (the French one) and/or "London" you'll probably like this one as well, although this one is put in a less self-destructive way than the mentioned movies.
All in all, definitely worth watching.
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