Directed by Jean-Henri Meunier.
What do Patricia (Charlotte Kid), Badou (Dominique Pennors), François
(Pierre Pradinas), Dingo (Christophe Véri) and P'tit Jeannot (Rémi
Walter) have in common? They live in the Paris suburbs, they are young,
they are on the verge of breaking away from school, from the working
world or from the Army. Their meeting place is "La Javanaise", a bar
held by no-nonsense Janine (Nathalie Délon) and her lighter husband
Lucien (Lucky Blondo). There they mix with their idol, Daniel, also
known as Frankie Mégalo (Jacques Higelin), a film projectionist and a
rocker without a band. Most of the efforts of these born idlers will
consist in finding a band and a venue for Frankie to perform and in
laying hands on cash by means fair or foul to go to the Southern sun.
Tina Aumont plays the role of Angélina, Frankie Mégalo's girlfriend.