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The oddest things come in pairs. In 1989, there were two foreign films on the market whose titles translated to Errors of Youth or Youthful Indiscretion. One was a Russian film, the other was a French picture, originally titled Erreur de Jeunesse. In this one, would-be poet Francis Frappat breezes through a number of relationships. Of paramount importance to Frappat are his attempts to seduce the lovely Muni (as she billed herself).

  1. Radovan Tadic

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Francis Frappat

    Francis Frappat

  2. Muni

    Muni

  3. Géraldine Danon

    Géraldine Danon

  4. Patrick Bauchau

    Patrick Bauchau

  5. Didier Flamand

    Didier Flamand

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Erreur de Jeunesse

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Status Released

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  • May 1, 1989
    Theatrical

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Original Language French

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