The movie revisits the years in high school with no great pretensions and makes the public tenderly remember the period that marks everybody's lives.
With a storyline that reminds us the beginning of Glee (the football player that is forced to participate in the high school drama club and that finally finds his vocation), the movie takes the Hollywood stereotype of the teenage love between the popular boy and the outcast girl and refreshes it by adding a subtlety and a realism that will please both adults and teenagers. With a set of lights that perfectly represents the emotional roller-coaster of adolescence, the director knows how to combine the coldness of the landscapes with the warmth of the characters to offer a tale about friendship, perseverance and fist love. Even though the story is predictable, the characters are colourful, well- defined and do not resort to the drama or artificiality typical of other teen movies: we are not shown young people tormented by their past or overwhelmed by family problems, but boys and girls with the worries that are inherent to teen years so the spectator can feel identified with them. Thus, the movie revisits the years in high school with no great pretensions and makes the public tenderly remember the period that marks everybody's lives. Full review on our blog Los Indiscretos : https://losindiscretos.org/english/kiss-me-you-fucking-moron-2013- stian-kristiansen-en/
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