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When I was a few years younger, I occasionally watched the series "Eva & Adam". I thought it had some kind of special atmosphere over it, that's why I liked it so much. But this movie is even better. The actors are all very pure and beautiful, in a very natural way, and the feelings of the characters are expressed very well. You get dragged into the life's of these children, especially Eva's life. I never would have thought that with my age (17) a movie about kids that are 14, maybe 15 years old would touch me in this weird way, but this movie did. And that's why I recommend this title to you all, because it's very enjoyable, for young and for older people.
(p.s. sorry for my English, it's not that good..)
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