Adventure • 2014 • 1 hr 38 min
Not terribly awe-inspiring but I was nonetheless charmed by a man who was also charmed by a young girl, forced to confront himself as well.
An easy movie to watch. Don't expect too much, but I enjoyed it.
Everything about this is a gray area and it lets the main character off without really being punished or learning anything
Wasn't expecting it to be that good but I really really enjoyed it
It was good but the premise was pretty creepy. I also think the ending could have been better.
I enjoyed it when I was younger but now that I reevaluate it could be better. Shes seriously half his age and it shouldn't be romanticized.
Connecting with someone in a non-romantic way it's possible and sweet too. I stumbled upon this film really randomly, but I'm glad I did.
Incredibly creepy dynamics. Light, forgettable. Not worth the time.
This movie was okay, but I think it’s not a must. If you have time and want to spend it, go see it.. you can see some copenhagen at least.
Good acting and beautiful setting but a very unlikeable main character because of his actions despite his charm
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