Eszter (16) is secretly in love with her English teacher, Peter (16) is hopelessly in love with Eszter. One day the teacher announces that he will leave the school and will move to London. On the same day, Eszter gets a special farewell e-mail from the teacher.
According to the director, Mihály Schwetchje, one of the films biggest expense was the purple hair dry for the main actress. See more »
The film was shot in 4:3 ratio like a TV movie from 2003. However, the main idea of the film is like cyber-bullying, I think there is no bullying at all. The cause of the problems were bad decision which were totally illogical, but "what goes around comes around". There are one dimensional characters also, but Péter, one of the main characters, has thoughts, frustration. Eszter is intended to be an introverted girl, but she's totally not. The movie had its moments though. It was photographed well, I liked the colors, the feelings of the places. But I cannot agree with an introverted girl, who dances in the school's corridor.
The songs used in this film were selected carefully, I liked them. However, I would have used another ones in some cases.
The movie is some kind of mix between "13 reasons why" and "Cyberbully" spiced with "T@gged" and "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" a little, ending with "On body and soul".
It was worth watching this movie one time, I would maybe watch it later on some streaming service.
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