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Übersetzung für "dream, boy" im DeutschDream Boy. FSK 16 86 Minuten | Start: | USA Romantische Liebesgeschichte zwischen zwei heranwachsenden Jungen. Kürzlich zog der. Dream Boy. USA, ; 86′; FSK 16; Drama; Regie: James Bolton; Mit: Maximillian Roeg, Michele Adams, Owen Beckman, Randy Wayne, Stephan Bender. Übersetzung im Kontext von „dream, boy“ in Englisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: Well, you can both dream, boy.
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Roy played by the multi-talented Max Roeg , a year older than Nathan, confident and hard-working, drives the bus to their school while a friendship blooms between them into a relationship that is fraught with confusion and yearning.
But secrets pick at the relationship, the unspoken rules of their angst-driven interactions unravel as Nathan's world again comes crashing inwards.
Tension crescendos as shame and terror, stress and disaster all compete to immobilize and destroy both of their worlds.
Written by Christopher Panoply. What a nice surprise. Saw this gem at Newfest film festival in NYC June Was drawn in from the very first moment.
The film takes place in rural Louisiana in the mid 20th century. The film has a quiet intensity and power, is beautifully paced with excellent attention to detail, which gives it a very genuine feel.
There is a simplicity and sparsity to the film that makes it feel like classic Americana, like the Last Picture Show, Hud or East of Eden or a Eudora Welty story.
The two actors Stephan Bender and Maximillian Roeg that play the teenage boys are outstanding and should have very fruitful careers after this film.
They give beautifully controlled nuanced performances that give the characters an honesty and depth. Diana Scarwid plays one of the boy's mother and is amazing.
This actress is really underused in films and her performance here is a powerhouse and should be nominated for a best supporting Oscar.
The singer Rickie Lee Jones plays the other boys mother and in a small part creates a memorable and touching character. Don't want to give too much away about the plot but the center of the story is about two teenage boys.
One who just moves into town and the friendship that develops as they gravitate to one another. Keep an eye out for this film, it is a sleeper and true jewel.
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Sundance Stars in Unforgettable Early Roles. When I First Saw Myself Reflected on Screen. The relationship between Nathan and his father is revealed to be a little strange and full of tension.
One morning Roy pulls the bus into a part in the woods and they kiss and Nathan touches Roy. Roy asks if Nathan has ever done this with anyone before, and he promises he never has.
Roy takes Nathan swimming with Burke and Randy, but Nathan admits he can't swim. While watching Roy, Burke threatens to throw him in the water, but Roy stops him.
While Roy is driving them home, he pulls onto the side of the road and they start kissing. When Nathan starts to have sex with Roy, Roy angrily stops him, asking "who taught [him] to screw like that".
Nathan swears "no one". When Nathan gets home that night, his father wants to know if he had a good time. Nathan is on the brink of tears as he answers his father.
He ties a string up to his dresser drawer and bedpost, tucks his pillows under his sheets, and moves to the floor to sleep.
In the night he hears a thud and runs from his room, because it's his father sneaking in. It is later revealed that his father had touched him in the past inappropriately.
Nathan sleeps outside and comes home only for meals, but returns to his tree outside after eating. Roy finds him and offers him a place to sleep in his family's barn.
The next morning, Nathan goes home for breakfast and his father catches him, yelling at him to not run from him, but Nathan's mother interrupts and he runs to the school bus.
Later, Roy tells Nathan they're going camping with Burke and Randy that weekend. That night, Roy tells ghost stories around the campfire, and in their tent, Nathan gives Roy a blowjob , and Roy asks him if he minds when Roy doesn't do those things back to him, and Nathan says he doesn't mind.
Hiking through the woods, the boys find an old plantation house. They go inside to investigate, and Nathan hears a voice call his name, resembling his father's.
They then find cloth with what looks like to be blood on it, and they smell sulfur which Nathan says is the smell of the Devil , and the boys see a shadow move up the stairs.
Burke takes the flashlight from Roy and goes to investigate with Randy. Roy and Nathan go into a bedroom and talk, and Nathan says he feels as if he'll never leave that house.
He hears the voice again and Roy goes to see if the guys are back. Nathan sees his father and closes his eyes tight, when Roy enters the room again.
He tells Nathan not to look at whatever he's seeing anymore and kisses him. Roy gets down on his knees and proceeds to fellate Nathan, when Burke and Randy find them.
Roy storms out of the room, and Nathan hears the voice again, and is suddenly knocked unconscious. A shadow of a person carries him up the stairs.
In the attic, Burke rapes Nathan, and realizing what he's done, disgusted with himself, he breaks an arm off a rocking chair and knocks Nathan over the head with it.
Blood starts pooling on the floor beneath Nathan's head, and Burke leaves him in the attic. When Roy and Randy find Nathan early the next morning, he appears to be dead.
Roy tells Randy to go on and find Burke, whom he says he doesn't believe at this point about what happened.
Roy cries once Randy leaves, then Roy leaves too. The police arrive, bringing Nathan's father who tearfully covers Nathan's face with a blanket.
Nathan awakens as if he's resurrected from the dead, gets up and leaves the plantation house. He wanders for a long time still dazed from the blow to his head.
Finally he sees Roy coming out of Sunday evening church, but Roy is with his family, so Nathan wanders around some more waiting for Roy to get home.
Nathan's mother leaves his father, and Nathan, his head now clear, finds Roy crying in the barn where Nathan slept while hiding from his father.
As Roy looks up, he sees Nathan and hugs him.