Drama • 2016 • 1 hr 30 min
I loved it, it's an amazing coming of age, it really touched me, i really recommend it.
This movie did not know what theme it wanted to stick with. It was really all over the place. Past this, it was still very good.
9/10 I love this movie. The hamster, the art design, and the acting. It's so cool to watch.
I looked for this movie everywhere to rate it😭 It was very good, but the ending felt a little bit rushed
Filmed nicely and the characters are interesting enough, yet the film ends feeling incomplete, like something important is missing.
Una muy buena muestra de la ansiedad y los problemas adolescentes.
Left a mixed impression. The script is crude and sometimes completely horrible. Everything else is average.
Unique and original. A different type of coming out story seen from an unconventional perspective.
Best lgbt movie i’ve seen this far. Loved the themes and how they were executed. The soundtrack was very fitting ❤️
Can be summed up in a single word: "forgettable"
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