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BOYHOOD LOVES

by Yves Caumon

synopsis

Paul, 28, is an eternal student. He rarely returns home to the family farm, and if he’s back this time it is only because his father is ill. Unwillingly thrust into the world of his childhood, Paul rediscovers people he once knew: his father and mother, of course, but also his best friend Thierry, always ready to have a wild time, and Odile, a neighbour who was in love with him when she was little.

international title: Boyhood Loves
original title: Amour d'enfance
country: France
sales agent: Celluloid Dreams
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Yves Caumon
film run: 102'
release date: FR 21/11/2001
screenplay: Yves Caumon
cast: Mathieu Amalric, Lauryl Brossier, Fabrice Cals, Michèle Gary, Roger Souza
cinematography by: Julien Hirsch
film editing: Sylvie Fauthoux
art director: Stéphanie Cohen-Olivar
costumes designer: Catherine Rigault
music: Thierry Machuel
producer: Bertrand Gore
production: Sunday Morning Productions
distributor: Océan Films
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