High school senior Ben secretly lusts after bad boy classmate Johnny. After Ben gives Johnny a ride home one night, the boys end up in Johnny's swimming pool and have an encounter that breaks the rules and blows Ben's mind.
A portrait of the last days of high school. Two friends spend all day long together, but this will inevitably come to an end. A beautiful sincere story of mixed emotions and secrets that dare not speak loud.
Juan Felipe Villanueva
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or touching or impressive. for its convincing simplicity. for the silence who complete the dialogues. for the science of David Ottenhouse to do, in right manner, a film of states. because it is about only about a meet. almost magical. between two cousins, a summer, discoveries and meaning of life. and, sure, about the best picture ever. because behind it is the end of childhood who becomes one with the late summer. a simple and intense, delicate and powerful film. generous and tender and the right tool for reinvent the flavor and images and sounds of an unique age. and nothing more. because all is well known, by each viewer, in profound manner. the film has the the virtue only to remind that.
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