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Le Peril Jeune

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Comedy, Drama
Release Date:January 1, 2003
Running time:101 minutes
Cast:Romain Duris, Vincent Elbaz, Nicolas Koretzky, Julien Lambroschini, Joachim Lombard
Director:C├ędric Klapisch
Writer:Santiago Amigorena, Alexis Galmot

Description: This French comedy-drama chronicles the reunion of five high school friends who come to witness the birth of a child whose father, a former friend, recently died. The boys graduated in 1975 and now, five years later they have come to a Parisian hospital to await the birth. As they wait, the try to understand the circumstances that caused their friend Tomasi, a formerly happy-go-lucky guy, to become a drug addict and die of an overdose. They also begin to reminisce about their senior year. They talk about everything from their experiences with girls and drugs, to their relationships with teachers and parents. Those times are depicted in detailed flashbacks.~ Sandra Brennan, All Movie Guide

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