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Swoon is too pleased with its own amoral pose; but Kalin has the same alarming assurance as his heroes, whose story has, if anything, grown in its power to shock.
An impressive debut feature from the young, independent American film-maker Tom Kalin.
An exotic mood piece, based on the infamous Leopold-Loeb case, that probably didn't win director Tom Kalin many friends in the gay community.
As a dark, moody and stylized (the film is shot in b/w) poem of love and madness Swoon is effective, but as social polemic on contemporary gay issues, it's strained; even so, it's a striking feature debut.
Faux artsy take on the Leopold-Loeb case.
Moody, dispassionate take on the savagery of crime that neither illuminates nor captivates.
An indie classic.
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