In the closed community of a reform school for teenagers, the principal's daughter is found sexually molested. The schoolgirls seem to know more than they are willing to tell. When things ... See full summary »
When his mother takes a shine to a man at a party, a young man begins to lose his grip on reality. Initial release: March 25, 2011 (Finland) Director: Zaida Bergroth Editor: Jan Forsström ... See full summary »
Police detective Tajima, tasked with tracking down stolen firearms, turns an underworld grudge into a blood-bath. Suzuki transforms a colorful pot-boiler into an on-target send-up of cultural colonialism and post-war greed.
This film is a marathon of teen clichés. Just one after another. The subjects range from having sex for the first time (obviously) to casual sex and the painfully obvious suicide.
Worst thing about this movie is the script. The dialogue's just horrible while the film in whole doesn't come up with a single original idea.
Plus, this has clearly been made with educational purposes in mind.. the dos and don'ts for kids. In fact, they should've just renamed this piece of junk "Teenage for Dummies".
The two starring girls try to do their best with a crappy material, but in the end it isn't even nearly enough to keep this a float, 'cause their characters are stupid and irritating (God help us, if this is an accurate portrait of our youth!). Watching this, you WANT them to catch a venereal disease. Of the deadly kind.
If you absolutely must watch some teen soap, catch a re-run of Dawson's Creek or Beverly Hills 90210. Because this almost makes American Pie look like a Tarantino outing.
* / *****
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