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Uzbek director Elyer Ishmukhamedov's blithe 1967 homage to the French New Wave patterns its tone after Francois Truffaut, its visual style after cinematographer Raoul Coutard, and its score after composer Michel Legrand. A summertime idyll set in Tashkent, the film consists of three intersecting romantic vignettes. Although the narrative may be too elliptical for some, the delicate balance between adolescent buoyancy and adult regret is poignant and engaging. In Russian with subtitles. 83 min.

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