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Goodbye First Love Details

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A young woman discovers how hard it can be to move past the joy and pain of her first serious romance in this drama from writer and director Mia Hansen-Love. Camille (Lola Creton) was a naïve 15-year-old when she first met Sullivan (Sebastian Urzendowsky), a handsome young man of 19. Camille immediately fell deeply in love with Sullivan and she was convinced she'd found the relationship of her lifetime. However, while Sullivan cared for Camille, he wasn't ready to spend the rest of his life with her and he broke up the relationship to spend the better part of a year exploring South America. A heartbroken Camille suffered a nervous breakdown, and for years afterwards she found it hard to fully commit herself to a man. Eventually, a more mature Camille falls for Lorenz (Magne-Havard Brekke), a college professor she meets while studying architecture. With Lorenz, Camille finds herself in a satisfying relationship with a man who respects her, but her happiness proves short-lived when Sullivan reenters her life. Un Amour de Jeunesse (aka Goodbye First Love) received its North American premiere at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

  • Release date:April 20, 2012

Cast

Lola Créton
as Camille
Sebastian Urzendowsky
as Sullivan
Valérie Bonneton
as Camille's Mother
Serge Renko
as Camille's Father
Ozay Fecht
as Sullivan's Mother

Crew

Mia Hansen-Løve
Director
Philippe Martin
Producer
David Thion
Producer
Mia Hansen-Løve
Screenwriter
Stephane Fontaine
Cinematographer
Marion Monnier
Editor
Mathieu Menut
Production Designer
Roman Paul
Co-producer
Gerhard Meixner
Co-producer
Geraldine Michelot
Associate Producer
Mathieu Menut
Set Designer
Bethsabee Dreyfus
Costume Designer
Vincent Vatoux
Sound/Sound Designer
Olivier Goinard
Sound/Sound Designer
Antoinette Boulat
Casting Director
Hélène Bastide
Production Director
Elsa Pharaon
Casting Director
Roselyne Bellec
Script Supervisor
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