My Little Loves
DIRECTOR: JEAN EUSTACHE
CAST: MARTIN LOEB, JACQUELINE DUFRANNE, JACQUES ROMAIN, INGRID CAVEN, MAURICE PIALAT
WRITER - JEAN EUSTACHE
CINEMATOGRAPHY - NéSTOR ALMENDROS
PRODUCER - PIERRE COTTRELL
Coming-of-age, Eustache-style: the director followed up The Mother and the Whore with an intimate drama based on his childhood, about a boy’s awkward, provincial adolescence in the South of France. This unsentimental, elegantly somber, visually driven film about sexual self-discovery and the passage of time was gorgeously photographed by the legendary Nestor Almendros. Eustache’s only other feature-length narrative film other than The Mother and the Whore, it owns a rightful place next to that film as a true masterpiece.