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My Golden Years is a complex, well-acted coming-of-age drama.
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Desplechin's film-making language is always fluent and rich.
The easiest way to describe "My Golden Days" is as a coming-of-age romance, but Arnaud Desplechin's film, with its memories and carefully nursed grudges and moments of heartbreak and betrayal, feels weightier than that.
The details - some funny, some intensely painful - of Paul and Esther's relationship over the years have a cumulative power that isn't diminished by a few loose ends.
Desplechin draws uniformly superb performances from his young cast, making the coming-of-age genre seem fresh and vital.
While the ghosts of teen romances past no doubt hover over many of us, after a while you might find yourself wanting to slap Paul Dedalus across the face.
Dense, lyrical, and polymorphous.
A charming French film about young love, about the beauty of youth, about the best years of life...
Using offbeat humor and emotional sensitivity, My Golden Days is an ode to youth culture and its enchanting unknowns.
Although it has the offkilter rhythm of actual memories and employs stylistic flourishes like 80s-era split-screens, My Golden Day" is never hard to follow.
Packed with lovely moments and vivid nostalgia for youthful passion.
[PODCAST]Here's a film with a young, powerful, and complicated female lead (played by Lou Roy-Lecollinet). Arnaud Desplechin should be a household name.
There's no lack of youthful energy and spontaneity, but nothing makes a lasting impression.
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