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I really loved this movie. The two main actors were amazing, especially Jacob Switzer, his style was so natural and believable. What's amazing about this film is that they made a beautiful moving story on a minimal budget, minimal cast, no lights and hand held cameras. It really captures the essence of what it's like to be 12 and the loneliness of that time of change and growth, but not only the loneliness but also the beauty of making a new friend and the slow sweet discovery that happens. The soundtrack is AMAZING and I really hope that it's available for sale at some point, so good! I also really love the use of the natural scenery in this film and the isolation of living in a tourist destination off season.
This movie took me back to my first 'almost' kiss with Toby Kiesewalter at family music camp when I was 13 and he was 11... Oh the memories...
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