Cinema: Another Language

A Young World tries to speak about the restless spirit of modern youth in timely catchwords. A fille de frug wearing topless finery is whisked aloft at a wild students' ball in Paris. Sean Connery appears briefly, creating instant Bondomania. The troubles in Viet Nam and Santo Domingo are touched upon. Finally, Hero Nino Castelnuovo, as a young Italian making the Paris scene, comes right out with it: "Don't you feel a new world is in the making?"

Not yet, apparently.

In his first French-language film, Director Vittorio De Sica updates his vocabulary but views the lively young set through a mist of...

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