France has produced so many naturalistic dramas about teenage delinquents that the films practically constitute their own genre. This 2010 debut film by Rebecca Zlotowski may not be a genuine breakthrough like Maurice Pialat’s À Nos Amours (1983) or Olivier Assayas’s Cold Water (1994), to cite two apparent influences, but it’s confident, well-paced, and inventive in its use of wide-screen photography and multitrack sound design. Léa Seydoux plays a 16-year-old girl experimenting with bad behavior after her mother’s death; she gives the sort of performance critics like to call “courageous,” which is to say she strips frequently and submits to a fair amount of onscreen humiliation. In French with subtitles.