Florent (Jordan Goldnadel), 23, is an upper class Parisian who dreams of going back to America, where he attended college. One summer he meets Alessia (Isabelle Ryan), an American girl, lost in the streets of Paris.Together and with random encounters while on a journey from Paris to Normandy, they explore their passions, which draws them closer as well as brings up their clashing differences. As they face a crucial crossroad in their lives, they will uncover new sides of themselves, while struggling to determine who they are personally, professionally and sexually and trying to break free from their upbringings.
Slightly eccentric, irritable and bold young American woman meets and sticks close to amiable, wealthy Paris man. There could have been plenty of sparks flying, adventures to be experienced and memorable scenes. Instead we have self-absorbed niggling and giggling, a procession of pointless minor characters and some changes of scene that all just seem to emphasise how uninteresting these people are.
Maybe I am missing the point. I certainly couldn't see one - and it wasn't entertaining trying to find one.
Written, directed and starring one and the same person. A vanity project that does nobody involved any favours.