Its French title is- ‘Trois souvenirs de ma jeunesse’ a prequel to ‘My Sex Life… or How I Got into an Argument’. The film focuses on Paul Dédalus’ life right from his childhood to adulthood and his life course relates to our lives in one way or another. Now an adult, Paul Dédalus (Quentin Dolmaire), an anthropologist is preparing to leave Tajikistan, a country where his memories fall back to back in flashbacks. In his flashbacks, we learn of his childhood during his stay in Roubaix and his mother’s attacks of madness. To add to that, his father’s alienating depression is revealed in a shocking way. His personal life involves partying and a trip he took back then to the USSR, where his mission made him sleep with a young. Still, in his flashbacks, a friend who betrayed him is revealed and lastly, the charming love of his life. The film discloses unreliable events of Paul’s life but manages to present each with charisma. The past fragments are definitely beautiful and happy memories that the director managed to present excellently. The drama has won various awards, including for the best director and SACD Prize.