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.
John and Nicholas are 15 years old and best friends. They are both very interested in girls but feel insecure when it comes to a first sexual encounter with a woman. That's why they decide ... See full summary »
it is difficult to suggest the tension between two boys in a 8 minutes film. but "En eftermiddag" does a good job. and its basic virtue is the credible context. the careful gestures. the expectations. and the clash between two attitudes defining, in profound sense, the specific of an age. sure, it is easy to blame the brutal end or the clichés. but it is a nice film. touching and useful for meet with old memories from early years. and this is the most important thing. maybe, the only significant. because it is just a film about desire and hope and less of courage and expectation and incertitude. all, in right lines.
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