A much more rewarding film is "Lost and Delirious " where the girls have full-fledged and sympathetically drawn characters and the angst is real and realistic. But bit by bit, disagreement grows, the tension that reigned in the two families has overwhelmed the two friends. I thought both were very attractive in their own way. Now about Lise, the big house in which she lives makes us deduce that she belongs to an upper-class category whose climate is hardly better than to Gwen's. Anne Sophie Birot proceeds by little touches and with subtlety to let suggest the reasons of this split. Lise finally makes it down to the beach house to stay with Gwen. But at this point you see that Gwen is not interested.
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