Du er ikke alene (You Are Not Alone)

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Young teenager Bo (Anders Agensø) is too sensitive for the hothouse atmosphere of a boarding school run by a cold, unfeeling would-be man of the cloth (an uncharacteristically grim Ove Sprogøe). Lonely and scared, he finds a soul mate in the headmaster's son (Peter Bjerg) and the two boys form a bond that slowly grows into a sexual relationship. Frank and unadorned, this Danish film concluded director Lasse Nielsen's youth-oriented trilogy that began with La' Os Være (1975) and continued with Måske Ku' Vi (1976). ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi

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Too controversial even for my taste. You Are Not Alone is a coming of age drama about adolescent males fall in love, which features the infamous shower scene. Made during the horrible sexual liberation era with their ugly hair and drug ridden theme, You Are Not Alone cannot be viewed without being disturbed in the process. However, the horrible liberal messages aside, the film did offer a good take on the theme of bullying and being oneself. Sadly, this film would be now viewed as a pedophile's fantasy.

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