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Baby (2000)

| Short | 2000 (UK)
A teenage boy finds all around him has sexual overtones as he lives a teenage life of drugs and masturbation.

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Little Joe
Janet Mitchell ...
Large lady
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Novice swimmer
Alex Michael ...
Diver
Mark Moore ...
Man with mop
Tabitha Denholm ...
Kissing girl
Roberto Spina ...
Italian man 1
Luis M. Sánchez ...
Italian man 2
Andre Gayle ...
Man in shower 1
Adam Hughes ...
Man in shower 2
Rollo Dunford Wood ...
Man in shower 3
Surinda Grewal ...
Newsagent
Paul Kirsop ...
Customer in shop
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Craig (as Anton Valensi)
Helen Oldfield ...
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fascinating
18 September 2016 | by See all my reviews

almost a documentary about the confusion of an age, it has two great virtues - Ben Whishaw and the right manner to use a delicate theme. story of a wake up, it is a cocktail of images, sounds, impressions and suggestions. an exploration of himself, around a swimming pool , who has as axis sexuality but , more important, the right understanding of reality. for many ex-teenagers, the film is real interesting not exactly as slice of memory but as trip in the air of a period who remains basis for assume adulthood. for other, under Peter Pan syndrome, the film preserves the feelings of first step to discover yourself blocked in time. Ben Whishaw , from the Perfume, is the most inspired choice for translate the fight against yourself for conquer the truth. the sensibility and the fascinating manner to give the force of the small details are bricks of this beautiful film.


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