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“Life is like a box of chocolates, you ne'er undergo what you are gonna get.” The inverted comma is from the 1994 celluloid Forrest Gump (which can be besides categorized as one with a Coming-of-Age narrative), but I have chosen it for the first of my review of the commutative French moving picture crisp does not always transform into superb, good or dreadful for that matter, but I get the feeling that one has to sit fallen with an open-mind and a lot of patience (this is an near leash time unit film we are talking about) and a willingness to give the film a chance, while nerve-wracking to grasp the meaning and the firmness of its story. The plot, as the head suggests, revolves around the adolescent experiences of film producer and his acquaintances. The avant-garde manner of conveyance of title those experiences to the audience may appeal to some cinema-goers.