Thursday, October 3, 2013

L'Annee Meduses (1984): How to Lose a Nymphet

Here's the IMDb plot summary for Year of the Jellyfish (1984) [French: L'Annee Meduses]:

Chris, a sexy teenager who appears mostly bare-breasted on the French Riviera, has a crush on Romain, her mother's lover. In reaction to her inability to attract his attention, she experiments with other risque affairs.

The experimental risque affair deals with Vic, the middle-aged (married) friend of the family. 

It's Vic's first affair with a nymphet, and consequently he loses his composer. He calls Chris during dinner with his wife, he sneaks into her room while her father is downstairs, he has sex with her without a condom, and he's at her "beck and call" - all of which leads Chris to tell Vic, "This is where it ends Vic. Don't try to talk or look at me. Don't call or write me, okay?"

Vic's problem is that he didn't follow R. Don Steele's unspoken (attitude) rule that Steele related in Date Young Women for Men Over 35:

"I'm the catch here, not you. I'm not going to chase you. I'm attracted to you, [and] you're attracted to me." We’re both adults. You’re a young(er) adult, and I’m an old(er) adult, but we’re both adults. 

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