|Starring:||Joram Schurmans, Koen Van Heule, Maarten Verbeuren, CircÚ Lethem|
|Run time:||1 hour 14 minutes|
|Rental release:||27 May 2002|
|Main languages:||Dutch, English|
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Not bad, but not greatBy Rehan (128 reviews) from London , 27 Aug 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]These 4 shorts are in some ways worth watching (as effortful curiosities), but are also very much of the School of Significant Silences: it's all very very Film School - one more shot of a dripping tap seen from 4 different angles and you could well feel destructive towards your rented DVD.
The director has certainly found some notably good-looking actors, but unfortunately their acting skills don't match their beauty. Too much of these short films feels like a bad 80s Bruce Weber photoshoot of the more paedophilic variety: in short, too much style and not enough substance.
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Bit of FluffBy OscarFreak (483 reviews) from London , 06 May 2012Four short films of no consequence, nothing about them sticks in ones mind after watching them, and cannot think why they were ever grouped in the first instance.
WARNING: This is not the film described.By a customer , 25 Oct 2011This is a collection of short films by Bavo Dufurne, interesting if you like creative artsy films about young men in love.
It is not the film by Joseph Cedar given in the description.
Warning: this is a collection of short films...not obvious when I rented this!By a customer from Kent, UK. , 31 Jul 2009Some well shot short films. Acting was a bit dodgy but the themes explored were relatively interesting. I was disappointed to find that it was a collection of short films; the title doesn't necessarily suggest this! I hope that the young men were of the legal age when these films were shot!
Adults trying to be young and failingBy a customer from Sutton Coldfield , 31 Mar 2009Why oh Why do film companies insist on using adults to play the parts of youngsters when we have a whole wealth of good young actors who can act equally if not better than the adults, mainly because the youngsters are more natural than adults. The male adults used in 'Campfire' looked as though they were in their mid-twenties. Good examples of young men (18+) are in 'Ready or Not - Scouts' This would have made the film a little more realistic!!
Oh dearBy a customer from OXON , 06 Mar 20094 films, each about 10 mins long. Not what I was expecting at all. They're not even that good either. Avoid at all costs.