Adaptation of the final part of famous time-travel trilogy. Gwendolyn's heart is broken, will she trust Gideon again? There's no time to wallow in tears. Something unbelievable happens, and Gwendolyn finds herself in the race against time.
Christmas is approaching, and with it, the desire for harmony, beauty, light and hope. Being unable to cope with her parents' conflict, Alex (16) makes a radical decision. A day later she ... See full summary »
Gwen has just discovered, that she's the final member of the secret time-traveling Circle of Twelve. Now she has to juggle with constant trips to the past, her relationships with Gideon and figuring out dark secrets surrounding the Circle.
Karl Walter Sprungala
Godless Youth is actually based on a novel that takes place during the Fascist period in Germany in the 1930's. Its been adapted to modern times and wiped clean of any direct Nazi inference but the message remains unchanged.
A society that robs people of privacy, intimacy and emotional integrity whilst injecting fear and control always was and always will be dehumanizing. Godless Youth examines these issues by offering a quietly understated, voice to truth.
This is by no means a fast paced film.Its slow burn and brings things together gradually by showing you a key event from the perspectives of different players. In have to say it was not what I expected but it all works beautifully when the threads of the story are drawn together..
All in all a modest yet remarkable film. 8/10 from me.
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