Peter's look of awe, and an almost virgin like awareness of what he is experiencing, and then his ability to let his body take over, is just some great acting by Marten Klingberg.Their encounter is very gentle and soft and not exploitive.Nassim on the other hand is overly campy at times, but you care for him, and see he is more the child in the relationship that craves constant attention and wants the feeling of the first time to be constant.
Nassim doesn't seem aware of all that Peter is losing to be with him and when they argue or Peter won't sleep with Nassim, that sees to be the reason why.
The interrogation room is in black and white and is a bit like a teenager having to account for his actions to his parents.
This film is full of relationships and doors (literally) being broken down.
It speaks to sexual and psychological repression very well.
Best friends Szabolcs and Bernard are playing in the same German football team.
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