It may star handsome young teenagers cavorting in the summer surf on the northern coast of France, but this is no frothy gay romance sur la plage
. Sébastien Lifshitz's romantic drama is a surprisingly serious look at first love and the havoc it can wreak on young hearts and minds a moody, subtle drama that has more in common with the tragedy of Endless Love
than WHERE THE BOYS ARE. Eighteen-year-old Mathieu (Jérémie Elkaïm) is once again spending the holidays at his parent's summer home in Pornichet, but this time there's a difference. His mother (Dominique Reymond) is chronically ill and mostly keeps to her bed, where she's c...