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“I don’t like you/but I love you.” So went a jukebox hit of the ‘60s, “You Really Got A Hold On Me,” written by Smokey Robinson for him and his group the Miracles and memorably covered by The Beatles. About suffering they were never wrong, the old masters, and so on. The dislike between Thomas and Damien, the teen protagonists of the latest film by French master André Téchiné, is plain and real enough.
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