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-Mario is in love for the first time in his life, really a crush. In Leon, the new from Germany. Although he plays at the front of the storm and could even be dangerous when it comes to those who can rise into the first team. But Mario may not think over it now. He wants Leon to feel, smell, in its proximity. The others in the club remains not hidden and soon make first rumors. Mario sees his career as a professional footballer in danger, but wants Leon not to lose at the same time at any price. He must make a decision.Written by
I watched this movie 3 times and I loved it. It is another movie about gay but without great dramas, without explicit sex or other gay topics. The drama is more interior and rests on the excelent interpretation of the two protagonists. One of the best part is the evolution of the relationship: how they start being friends, how they fall in love and then how Leon decides to interrupt it. There are tender details: Mario gives a key ring with a dolphin because Leon has a poster with a dolphin. Everything is said without shouting. The story could be real and the characters are well defined.
I am still wondering what are they doing right now.
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