Mes petites amoureuses  

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Mes Petites Amoureuses (My Little Loves) is the second and final feature-length drama written and directed by Jean Eustache during his curtailed lifetime. It was released in 1974 and stars Martin Loeb as an adolescent boy shunted from a tranquil lifestyle at his grandmother's rural abode to his mother's cramped apartment in the city. Ingrid Caven plays the boy's mother. The film's duration is 123 minutes; almost half that of Eustache's preceding feature drama, La Maman et la Putain, from the previous year.



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