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A propulsive early scene from Claire Denis’s underseen TV movie U.S. GO HOME, part of the essential “All the Boys and Girls in Their Time” French anthology of films about adolescence (with other unmissable entries from Akerman and Assayas). That’s Gregoire Colin (later of Denis’s NENETTE AND BONI and BEAU TRAVAIL, et al) tearing it up to the Animals’ “Hey Gyp.”