Sensual and contemplative film about the little 'nothings' of teenage love. Understated but emotionally subtle, served by the two great male leads Stéphane Rideau (who was dicovered in Téchiné's 'The Wild Reeds') and Jeremy Elkaïm who was to become one of the finest French actors.
The structure confused me a lot, and at first I didn't even realize that there was a gap. But a quick read of the plot structure in Wikipedia instantly cleared it up for me. I think I would have enjoyed it even more had I known about this. But, anyway, the film is great. Not quite as naive as other similar films (Wild Reeds) but still very powerful. The performances are good but the story is even better. Recommended!