Drama • 2014 • 1 hr 18 min
rarely any words and audio was very quiet but a pure movie altogether.
I was all on a nerves when I watched it. It was very interested for me.
So sweet and charming with some beautiful shots, I’ll definitely remember this movie.
Teen gay awakening. Has a good storyline and good acting.
One of my all time favorites. Rewatched it many times and will again in the future.
Beautiful story of internal struggles and self-acceptance. Strong performances.
Wow. That is pretty much all I have to say about it. It was amazing. There was so much emotion and thought. I will forever love this movie.
Simple, coming of age story. A good watch.
An amazing and absolutely beautiful movie.
This is my favorite movie. Simple, beautiful and so touching. Watch it!!!
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