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A middle-aged anthropologist (Mathieu Amalric) is preparing to leave Tajikistan, while reminiscing about family, school adventures, a student trip to the USSR and the love (Lou Roy-Lecollinet) of his life.
Lou Roy-Lecollinet, Mathieu Amalric and Quentin Dolmaire all give great performances in this emotional roller coaster of a movie. The story itself seems a bit disjointed at times, but it works well enough due to the strength of the main characters.
The easiest way to describe "My Golden Days" is as a coming-of-age romance, but Arnaud Desplechin's film, with its memories and carefully nursed grudges and moments of heartbreak and betrayal, feels weightier than that.