From the 1950s to today, each generation has initiated its own cultural revolution. How do today’s youth cultural movements resonate with those of the past? On an eclectic and electric soundtrack – from the jazz of the 1950s to the rap of the 2000s, including funk, disco, rock n’ roll and techno – Marie Durrieu and Aurélien Guégan paint a nervous and refreshing portrait of youth revolts throughout the ages. 70 years of youth revolt tells how for seventy years each generation has invented radical and transgressive artistic forms to express its anger and find its place in a world of “old people”. An archival retrospective of the cultural movements carried by youth since the post-war period. From cinema to music through literature, a story of disobedience between idealism and spirit of revolt, an ode to idealism and the fury of living.