Mia Hansen-Løve’s exquisite second feature of the romantic chronicle continues with Camille and Sullivan’s love tale. Intended to sweep you over your feet, “Goodbye First Love’ may be categorized with a number of romantic films, but it is surely worth more. Camille (Lola Créton) is just 15 years old and happens to be passionately and lustfully in love with Sullivan (Sebastian Urzendowsky). The young couple is met with disapproval from both their parents and worst of all, Sullivan isn’t taking Camille along. He will go and then come back to the love of his life after exploring the world. Hansen-Løve’s love taste isn’t the least bit interested in rehashing any familiar tropes. She begins the tale with a blast of unbridled zeal and ends it with a note-perfect needle drop. With her version of romance, you will surely believe that romance is a glimpse of volcanic passion. It comes with pain and a cool experience follows those that taste it. Lastly, it plays a major role in what people finally become. The film generally received favorable reviews and was also selected for the main competition at the Locarno International Film Festival.