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News that the drowned body of a secondary school student, Heike found in near river surprises her classmate, Wiebka because she told her a secret of having a relationship with Satan. Soon Wiebka, who believes Heike was somehow murdered, finds a strange group in the school, and becomes having an artificial rather than romantic relationship with one of the members of the group, Henning... This German TV-movie has something common with the novels of an eminent American writer, Lois Duncan. Unfortunately this film is by far worse than the most works of Duncan mainly because it has neither its own moral system nor its own motivational one. And precisely because of these lacks the film doesn't and can't show any kind of answer or even solution. For instance, this film has a school priest who has a sexual relationship with a PE teacher, and the whole story show no answer about this highly troubled person; it simply shows he is a man and the man has a trouble. Indeed one can even say the only thing this film show is that troubled boys have troubled familial backgrounds despite troubled girls have no particular familial backgrounds, and, as far as I know, no psychologist says this is a truth.
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