After several years in the Italian film industry, director Leonide Moguy returned to France for Les Enfants de L'Amour (The Children of Love). The film is set in a dormitory for teenaged mothers, both unwed and deserted. No one personal story is given precedent over any of the others, though the audience has the strongest empathy for gaminlike Anne-Marie (Etchika Choreau), abandoned child bride Liliane (Dominique Page), and hooker Dollie (Joelle Barnard). On the whole, the male characters in the film are less believable than the female, with Jean-Claude Pascal delivering a particularly pedantic performance as a doctor. Essentially a plea for birth control, Les Enfants de L'Amour reportedly ran into censorship problems in certain staunchly religious communities.
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