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Coming of Age, Drama, Romance
English / German (English subtitles)
This sensitive German coming-of-age story focuses on Phil, a vulnerable 17-year old who returns to his small hometown from summer camp to discover a wreckage brought about by a local storm and unusual tensions between his mother and sister. At school, new-boy Nicholas quickly steals Phil's heart and the pair begin a passionate romance, testing the bond Phil has with his best-friend Kat in the process. Adapted from a young adult novel, the film deals intriguingly and honestly with the complexities of teenage infatuations, as well as disruptions to the family unit and how events in the past can come to haunt our closest relationships. As the narrative progresses, we see Phil mature and gain the confidence to realise that the centre of his world may not be the boy next door after all.
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