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There are full of cliched melodramatic elements, the 1st half in particular; but it turns out to be quite all right on the whole, by some remarkable deliveries by the two leading actors Christian Blumel & Aaron Hildebrand.
About the stupidity of two young boys in the '80s Germany.
Buona idea, addolcita inutilmente in alcune parti.
Good, gritty account of two young friends dealing with life behind the Berlin Wall and behind bars.
An absolutely outstanding movie which made me look back with nostalgia to 'American History X'. Together with 'American History X' and 'The believer' this is one of the best movies made about (neo-) nazism.
Unrealistic and over-the-top not even close to the "real" story. And why did they change that his mother is a communist functionary who gets banged all the time.
Good, especially for a first feature film. Picked up a couple of nominations at the Venice and Bogota film festivals. I enjoyed the film. It seemed genuine enough. The ending you can see coming, however, it's based on a true story so you can't blame it.
Tags: German Re-unification, Neo-nazi's, coming of age, friendship.
Saw it at a film festival quite some years ago, and I still think about it.