This 1977 French film by Diane Kurys (her first feature) treats the end of childhood in the traditional manner, as a fall from grace. Based on Kurys’s own experience, the film is a loosely assembled series of curt vignettes, centering on 13-year-old Anne (Eleonore Klarwein, in a good, reserved performance) and her school and family life. In a trick learned from Truffaut, Kurys tempers the sweetness of her material with cutaways executed in the nick of time. Pleasant and suggestive, if not memorable. In French with subtitles.