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Bare skyer beveger stjernene
Released in: 1998
Country: Norway
Starring: Thea Sofie Rusten, Jan Tore Kristoffersen
Tags: bathing girl
Summary: Eleven-year-old Maria loses her little brother to cancer. Her mother retreats into deep depression; her father attempts to keep the family emotionally afloat. Sent to her grandparents' home for the summer, Maria meets Jacob, also an eleven-year-old, but with a completely different attitude to life and loss - he is an outgoing, adventurous latch-key kid with wisdom way beyond his tender years. Their budding friendship helps Maria reach out to her mother so that they can mourn and heal together.
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Added: 10.05.2003


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Ratcatcher
Released in: 1999
Country: UK, France
Starring: William Eadie, John Miller, Lynne Ramsay Jr., Leanne Jenkins, Leanne Mullen, Thomas McTaggart
Tags: bathing boy, bathing girl
Summary: Glasgow, summer, 1973. Dustmen are striking; bags of garbage add to the blight of council flats and a fetid canal. Ryan, who's about 12, drowns during a play fight with his neighbor, the jug-eared James. James runs home, a flat where he lives with his often-drunk da, his ma, and sisters, who live in hope of moving to newly-built council flats. The slice-of-life, coming-of-age story follows James as he tags along with the older lads; has a friendship with his quirky wee rodent-loving neighbor, Kenny; spends time with Margaret Anne, myopic, slightly older, the local sexual punching bag; and, has a moment or two of joy. The strike may end, but is there any way out for James? - IMDb
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Added: 09.03.2003


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Voor een verloren soldaat
Released in: 1992
Country: Netherlands
Starring: Maarten Smit, Gineke de Jager, Derk-Jan Kroon, Tatum Dagelet
Tags: bathing boy, bathing girl
Summary: Based on the autobiography by Rudi Van Dantzig, "For A Lost Soldier" takes place during the end of WW II in the Netherlands. It's the story of a young boy in Amsterdam whose parents send him to live in the country (Friesland) for his own safety. A family who had initially asked for a young girl ends up being young Jeroen's "adoptive" family. Jeroen is coming of age, being the tender age of 12, and is making discoveries on his own, especially his sexuality. He doesn't necessarily understand his feelings at first, until the arrival of the Canadian Liberators in 1945.
One particular soldier, Walt Cook, takes an interest in young Jeroen and a friendship blossoms between the two. Heit, Jeroen's adoptive father, sees that there is more to their friendship than meets the eye, and lets him know that he sees what's going on. This doesn't bother the other soldiers, however. In fact, as other soldiers are courting young girls in the village, so does Walt "court" young Jeroen. The two fall in love with each other, and a sexual relationship does indeed develop.
Perhaps it's Walt not wanting to face the hurt Jeroen will eventually face, but he fails to tell Jeroen that his platoon will be leaving. Jeroen is crushed when he realizes that Walt is gone the next day, and tries in vain as he searches the village for him.
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Added: 09.01.2003


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Olyan, mint otthon
Released in: 1978
Country: Hungary
Starring: Zsuzsa Czinkóczi
Tags: bathing girl
Summary: In this study of the relationship between a man and a little girl, Mészáros's growing interest in exploring the male psyche from a woman's point of view is evident. Andras, an ex-professor who has just returned to Hungary from living in America, is egotistical, grumpy, and in culture shock; but to the small Zsuzsa he represents a possibility for escape and freedom — and the father she always wanted.
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Added: 11.09.2002


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Wrony
Released in: 1994
Country: Poland
Starring: Karolina Ostrozna, Katarzyna Szczepanik
Tags: bathing girl
Summary: 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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Added: 19.07.2002


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Piccole labbra
Released in: 1978
Country: Spain, Italy
Starring: Katya Berger
Tags: bathing girl
Summary: 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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Added: 18.05.2002


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Ronja Rövardotter
Released in: 1984
Country: Sweden, Norway
Starring: Hanna Zetterberg, Dan Håfström
Tags: boy skinny dip, bathing girl, girl skinny dip
Summary: 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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Added: 18.05.2002


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