20 Jan 2016
The Past Has No Cliches in My Golden Days
Evocating youth, My Golden Days speaks of the problem of identity, both cultural and personal, and deals with memory as an instrument to accept the past. Paul Dedalus (Quentin Dolmaire, an adolescent, and Mathieu Amalric, the adult), who is an anthropologist leaving Tajikistan, remembers his childhood and adolescent years, with his love for Esther (Lou Roy-Lecollinet) and the disappointment caused by his friend's betrayal. Epic and at the same time hilarious, director's Arnaud Desplechin's movie (A Christmas Tale, 2008) is a middle-aged man's intimate episodes of his past. The film is also the prequel to the 1996 "My Sex Life… or How I Got Into an Argument". My Golden Days is set to be released in theaters on March 18.

Take a look at the official trailer:

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