|Marcus||Date: Friday, 2016-10-28, 5:42 PM | Message # 1|
Matias and Jeronimo know each other since childhood. Their friendship
takes a new turn during the holiday before starting high school when
they both experience their sexual awakening. Matias's father breaks up
their relationship by accepting a job very far away. Family's contempt
against homosexuality brings Matias to deny his friend and himself. More
than ten years later, Matias returns to his old town for carnival with
his girlfriend. He unexpectedly runs into Jeronimo. Feelings will slowly
reappear and will reach a climax, but at what price?
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|Jishcand||Date: Saturday, 2016-12-03, 1:47 PM | Message # 2|
|hmmmm ... also an Argentinean film just like Hawaii my all time fav.|
There's a little similarity between the two films especially the scenes where the men are all alone in a room or in a rural area.
There's a lot of sexual tension but both are shy to move. I like it. It's thrilling to watch.
However, Hawaii is much better with those scenes.
However, Esteros has a lot of sex scenes to offer which is zero in Hawaii.
However, Hawaii has the heart and sex is not really needed. One kiss is just enough.
I like the wholesome scenes with the kids when they're playing. I don't like those sex-curious things they did.
It's a pedo-magnet for me. It's just me. Not my cup of tea when kids are being exploited.
yeah. The two actors are also good looking. I do not know, but they have no chemistry.
Actually, the two kids have a strong chemistry.
This is still a good film. It's enjoyable.
It's also honest especially its ending.
RATING : 3/5