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La belle endormie
Year: 2010
Country: France
Actors and Actresses: Carla Besnaïnou, Kerian Mayan
Tags: bathing girl
Review: The princess Anastasia is cursed by the witch Carabosse to die but three teenage fairies change it and the girl falls into a deep sleep for one hundred years to wake-up as a sixteen year-old teenager. Along her dream, Anastasia takes a ghost train and is adopted by a woman that lives in the woods with her son Peter that becomes her stepbrother. Soon Peter is seduced by the Snow Queen and leaves home with her. Anastasia seeks him out and travels through the kingdom of albino King and Queen that offer her a stagecoach to help her to travel. However Anastasia is attacked by gypsy bandits that kidnap her, but she befriends a gypsy girl that offers a magic animal to ride in her quest. Out of the blue, the sixteen year-old Anastasia is awaken by Peter's grandson Johan. - IMDb
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Movie added at: 31.08.2013


'La belle endormie'

Éloïse s'en va...
Year: 2003
Country: France
Actors and Actresses: Salomé Bazin
Tags: bathing girl, incest
Review: Eloïse moves on... tells the tale of a young girl, who is the victim of incest. Her father regularly abuses her. This particular evening however, she decides to “move on” - she fills a box with her most precious possessions. She is putting away her childhood, showing that the act of incest has killed her childhood. Even if she does not really die, a part inside of her does.
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Movie added at: 31.08.2013


'Éloïse s'en va...'

Womb
Year: 2010
Country: Germany, Hungary, France
Actors and Actresses: Ruby O. Fee, Gina Stiebitz, Jerun Minguell Agundez, Tristan Christopher, Péter Erik Tóth, Jesse Hoffmann, Adrian Wahlen, Kata Petra Kiss, Alexander Goeller, Anna-Zsófia Drávucz
Tags: bathing boy, bathing girl, incest
Review: A woman's consuming love forces her to bear the clone of her dead beloved. From his infancy to manhood, she faces the unavoidable complexities of her controversial decision. - IMDb
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Movie added at: 31.08.2013


'Womb'

The Rainbowmaker
Year: 2008
Country: Finland, Italy, Russia, Germany, Netherlands
Actors and Actresses: Iva Gogitidze, Helen Nelson
Tags: bathing boy, bathing girl
Review: The Salzlipp twins grow up without their father. The boy and the girl are convinced he is an important superhero secret agent. But when he eventually comes home, it turns out that he is but a puny, insignificant meteorologist who had been innocently languishing in jail. The children refuse to accept that this is their father. And sexy Mrs. Salzlipp has fallen in love with another man. But Salzlipp fights back. He discovers that he can influence and indeed manipulate the weather. He can turn summertime into deep frost. Magic! As with Dostoyevski's Idiot there's more to Salzlipp than meets the eye. Maybe he can use his gift to win back his family? An imaginative tale about love and respect in a romantic seaside setting. - IMDb
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Movie added at: 31.08.2013


'The Rainbowmaker'

La tía Alejandra
Year: 1979
Country: Mexico
Actors and Actresses: Lilian Davis, María Rebeca, Adonay Somoza Jr.
Tags: bathing girl
Review: Old aunt Alejandra goes to live with a Mexican middle-class family; she's bitter and the children tease her and make her life miserable, but the old woman is truly a witch, and takes revenge. - IMDb
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Movie added at: 31.08.2013


'La tía Alejandra'

My Queen Karo
Year: 2009
Country: Netherlands, Belgium, France
Actors and Actresses: Anna Franziska Jaeger, Samuel du Chatinier
Tags: boy skinny dip, bathing girl, girl skinny dip
Review: Nine-year-old Karo grows up with her parents in an Amsterdam commune in the Seventies. She leads a carefree existence in this utopia-for-adults. Everything is shared in the squat, but not everyone is able to honor these ideals. Karo gets confused because of the internal conflicts that start to divide the group. Karo slowly realizes that nothing can stay the same forever. - IMDb
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'My Queen Karo'

Piccole labbra
Year: 1978
Country: Spain, Italy
Actors and Actresses: Katya Berger
Tags: bathing girl
Review: A famous writer returns home from war. Embittered over his wounds and tormented by visions of his former lover, thoughts of suicide seem to be the only solution.....but then she happens, Katya, a young innocent girl on the brink of exploring her own sexuality. His love for her grows into an obsession. That, at first, renews his life!
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Movie added at: 31.08.2013


'Piccole labbra'

Ronja Rövardotter
Year: 1984
Country: Sweden, Norway
Actors and Actresses: Hanna Zetterberg, Dan Håfström
Tags: boy skinny dip, bathing girl, girl skinny dip
Review: During a storm, lightening strikes and physically divides a castle in two, as well as the loyalties of its inhabitants. Years later, a girl (Hanna Zetterberg) from one side of the fortress and a boy (Dan Hafstroem) from its other, both about twelve years old, become friends and run off into the wilderness when their parents try forcing them apart. Might these youngsters bring everyone back together again by the time the ending credits roll?
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Movie added at: 31.08.2013


'Ronja Rövardotter'

Ya rodom iz detstva
Year: 1966
Country: Soviet Union
Actors and Actresses: Edik Dovnar, Valeri Zubarev, Tonya Ovchinko, Viktor Kolodkin
Tags: bathing boy, bathing girl
Review: The movie follows the life of children at the end of World War II, who are waiting for their fathers, brothers, sisters...
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Movie added at: 31.08.2013


'Ya rodom iz detstva'

Wrony
Year: 1994
Country: Poland
Actors and Actresses: Karolina Ostrozna, Katarzyna Szczepanik
Tags: bathing girl
Review: A crow is a raucous, abrasive, unloved bird, and an apt nickname for the lead character in Dorota Kedzierzawska's Crows -- a 9-year old girl who possesses all of the above characteristics (although the first two could be the result of the third). This short and simple film is beautiful not only in its emotionally-honest story but in its cinematography, which won an international award.

Crows is about the basic human need for companionship and love, and echoes the age-old theme that no person is an island. The Crow (as the protagonist is referred to) is routinely scorned by her schoolmates and ignored by a mother who's always too tired for her. Eventually, wanting some sort of family life of her own, the Crow kidnaps a 3-year old child and attempts to leave Poland by sea. Most of the film centers around the relationship between these two girls as the older one recognizes that being a parent entails more than giving and receiving love.

Director Dorota Kedzierzawska has done a marvelous job of coaxing unaffected performances from her young actors. The movie works because these children are believable. Their relationship is fraught with all the complications and complexities one might expect when a 9-year old with limited patience seeks an outlet for a wellspring of untapped love. Crows has a style perfectly wedded to its plot: fresh, bright, and touching.


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Movie added at: 31.08.2013


'Wrony'


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