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1968. Catherine, Yves and Herve are 20 years old. They are students and they love each other. The revolt in May turns their lives upside down. Filled with a sense of communal Utopia, along with a few friends, they move to an abandoned farm in the Lot region. The need for freedom and personal accomplishment leads them to make choices that end up taking them separate ways.
1989. Catherine and Yves` children are young adults and affront a world that has changed profoundly: between the end of Communism and the explosion of the AIDS virus, the militant heritage of the generation that preceded them has to be updated.
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A heavy, plodding, totally humorless and lifeless look at the most exciting and eventful 40 years in the history of the world. I refuse to believe it was as boring in France during those decades as this movie makes it seem.
I love France, the French language, French movies, and the charming, cranky, creatively self-centered French people who love their country so much that they sincerely believe it's the center of the world. They deserve better than this dead, stupid, catatonically boring, navel-gazing, leaden record of their recent history. They've made some fantastic movies, but this is not one of them.