Youth in Revolt: "Altitude 3,200" (aka "Youth in Revolt") asks the question and provides the premise of what would happen if a group of young people----poor, rich, discontented, bored--- were given an idyllic community in which to live. Call it a colony. Call it a village. Call it one-world. Mainly call it a futile exercise in changing human nature, mores, culture and attitudes at any altitude. For t'ain't no time before clashing personalities, petty jealousy, violence and---that old demon---love create havoc. And isn't much longer before they become re-united in the face of an avalanche that threatens to destroy them. They all return to whence they came, sadder and wiser.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||July 20, 1938|
|Genres:||Drama Romance Adventure Fantasy|
|Actors:||Bernard Blier Blanchette Brunoy Charles Dorat Claude Sainval Dolly Mollinger Fabien Loris Fernand Ledoux Jacqueline Pacaud Jacqueline Porel Jean-Louis Barrault Maurice Baquet Odette Joyeux Tony Jacquot|
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