In the mid-1960s, the Drugstore “crowd” was made up of the best dressed and wildest representatives of a generation that believed only in itself and thought it could change the world. Flirting, rent-boys, parties, “losers”, brawls, night-clubs, the first joints, holidays on the Normandy coast, Shetland wool mini-skirts, Weston moccasins, Morris Coopers, but also love and posing. Philippe and Marc go wild. Charlotte and Nathalie are more than a match for them. To the tunes of Otis Redding and the Animals, an education in the ways of the world before the advent of the Pill. The lust for life of bored French youth.
Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale)
* Official Selection Panorama