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Two hormonally overdriven teens find each other as they try to figure out the ways of love and sex in this French comedy. Fifteen-year-old Roudoudou (Julie Durand) is a girl whose mind has been taken over by a typically adolescent curiosity about sex; she has frequent (and funny) erotic dreams, listens in on her brother as he talks nasty with his girlfriend on the phone, and she's developed a furious crush on a man twice her age. Roudoudou's parents think she needs some help with her awkward stage, and have decided to send her to a psychiatrist. While waiting for her appointment, Roudoudou meets Romain (Alexis Roucout), a 15-year-old boy who is also trying to sort out his new preoccupation with sex. Deciding she'd rather spend time with Romain than talk to an analyst, Roudoudou persuades her friend Lily (Alice Houri) (who is her brother's regular phone date) to visit the shrink in her place. Du Poil Sous Les Roses was directed in collaboration by Agnes Obadia, an established actress who also plays Romain's mother, and first-time helmer Jean-Julien Chervier. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi