A teen boy finds a bundle of gay porn magazines in a dumpster. He is driven to get them, and pursued by a group of bullies as he tries to escape with his treasure. He gets help from the ... See full summary »
Set on the Isle of Wight, the film tells the story of Anthony and Kyle, and their last night together as Kyle moves away leaving Anthony to look after his terminally ill mother. Poetic in ... See full summary »
Olle, an introverted, well-mannered boy with an air of innocence and sincerity about him has been camping with his father at the same camping ground with several other people for years now.... See full summary »
Prora, on the Baltic Sea. Mysterious, endless. In this deserted former Nazi holiday camp and communist military complex, teenagers Jan and Matthieu embark on an adventure that puts their friendship at risk.
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,
Rasmus arrives in Copenhagen determined to find his mother whom he has never met. Having just arrived at Copenhagen Central Station Rasmus is approached by Nicklas who wants Rasmus to help him by keeping a stolen IPod. Rasmus does so and to return the favor Nicklas offers to give Rasmus a ride to his mother's house. Reluctantly Rasmus accepts the offer and that kicks off a day that holds lots of fun and reveals hidden feelings.Written by
two boys. sketches of families. memories of one from them about a special day. a film about survive and about a form of friendship, remembering Proust and a lot of films about same theme. nice, beautiful but, maybe, too long. because a concentrate story was better. like many short films, it is about feelings more than support for a story. and this is the basic obstacle for define in the best manner. because it is a film about solitude and need of one to meet his mother, for the other to survive. the kiss scene is too ambiguous for define the film as part of a genre. and this does "The Boy Who Could Not Swim" seductive but not memorable.
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