Writer-director Mia Hansen-Løve's third feature, Goodbye First Love, begins in 1999, when protagonist Camille (Lola Créton), a highly emotional high school girl in love, is fifteen, and tracks her through her mid-twenties as she's establishing a career. We first follow Camille through her all-consuming romance with Sullivan (Sebastian Urzendowsky), a slightly older dreamboat. He scoots around Paris on a bike and visits her by appearing, suddenly, at her bedroom window. ("My Romeo," she greets him, not without a hint of irony.) He adores her but remains enigmatic; while she lives for their moments together, he's looking to his future. "He's the one," she tells her mother with certainty. "You're fifteen!" Mom responds. "Go see a movie or something." But unformed and animalistic, Camille can't focus on... More >>>