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Boys Village (2011)

The Boys' Village was once a holiday home for coalminers' sons, boasting a pool, sports yards and even a chapel of its own. Not much remains of its former glory, though. Shattered glass and... See full summary »

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Till Kleinert

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Till Kleinert
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Credited cast:
Benjamin Thorne Benjamin Thorne ... Kevin
Andrew McQueen Andrew McQueen ... Alex
Hannah-Rose Jones Hannah-Rose Jones ... Brenda
Jack Jones Jack Jones
Owain Collins Owain Collins
Ryan Ellis Ryan Ellis
Jon Pountney Jon Pountney
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Lewis Coster Lewis Coster ... Gang 2
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The Boys' Village was once a holiday home for coalminers' sons, boasting a pool, sports yards and even a chapel of its own. Not much remains of its former glory, though. Shattered glass and debris are all over the place; graffiti on the walls. There are countless trap falls and opportunities for injury. A parent's nightmare, it can be heaven on earth for a certain kind of child. It more or less is for Kevin. He has been eleven years old for quite some time now. Has it been years or decades? Written by Anonymous

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Short | Drama | Fantasy | Horror

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UK | Germany

Language:

English

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November 2011 (USA) See more »

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Color
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Edited into Boys on Film X (2013) See more »

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Tedious, shallow and rather untalented
9 August 2014 | by RichardvonLustSee all my reviews

The setting, a derelict boy's holiday camp somewhere in the middle of nowhere, and the concept, the spirits of bygone occupants, provide a wonderful opportunity for excellent drama. But sadly this production simply fails to exploit the potential of the circumstances. The first few minutes of any short movie are crucial to establish interest but I found myself thinking of something else after two minutes and actually yawning after five. Even a masturbation scene, presumably inserted to inject more interest, simply fails fails to deliver the goods and I was left wondering how so much time and effort could be given to something so boring.


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