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Rated NR · 2011

In a resort village on the Flemish seacoast of northern Belgium, a boy named Pim (played as a teenager by Jelle Florizoone) grows up dazed and confused. It’s because he’s gay, as Bavo Defurne’s laboriously dreamy character study relates. Pim’s coming-of-age tale is a bit too moist and sensitive for its own good, a natural choice for lesbian-gay film fests (it played Frameline) but a trifle light in the loafers when it comes to things like story arc. When we get right down to it, Pim is really a self-absorbed little shit, especially as he relates to his family, the townsfolk, and the boy next door, i.e., everyone he knows. Screenplay by director Defurne and Yves Verbraeken, adapted from a novel by André Sollie. (96 min.)

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Director: Bavo Defurne
Producer: Yves Verbraeken
Cast: Eva van der Gucht, Thomas Coumans, Katelijne Damen, Jelle Florizoone, Mathias Vergels, Luk Wyns, Daniel Sikora and Nina Kortekaas

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