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Send mere slik
Year: 2001
Country: Denmark
Actors and Actresses: Marie Katrine Rasch, Ninna Assentoft Rasmussen
Tags: bathing girl
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Movie added at: 29.02.2020


'Send mere slik'

Innocence
Year: 2004
Country: Belgium, France, UK, Japan
Actors and Actresses: Bérangère Haubruge, Zoé Auclair
Tags: bathing girl
Review: The line between cinematic art and exploitation has rarely seemed finer and nervier than in the French film "Innocence." A parable about the lost paradise of girlhood, specifically those prepubescent years before a girl surrenders to the inevitable bumps and fluids, the film marks the directing debut of Lucile Hadzihalilovic, whose seemingly plotless story centers on an all-girls boarding school in a thickly treed forest of the sort usually inhabited by hungry wolves and little wayfarers in symbolic red hoods. Ms. Hadzihalilovic based her screenplay on a relatively obscure text by the German-born playwright Frank Wedekind called "Mine-Haha, or the Corporeal Education of Young Girls." The fealty of Ms. Hadzihalilovic's translation of the Wedekind text notwithstanding, the dubious vision of utopia put forth in this film finds the girls engaged in an almost militaristic pursuit of physical perfection without commensurate attention paid to their intellect. — Manohla Dargis, The New York Times
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Movie added at: 29.02.2020


'Innocence'

Ztratila se Bílá paní
Year: 1937
Country: Czechoslovakia
Actors and Actresses: Milan Moravec, Josef Hudecek, Antonín Kocí, Alois Fiala
Tags: boy skinny dip
Review: The original painting of the White Lady has disappeared from the castle hall. A group of village boys decide to find the real perpetrator of the theft.
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Movie added at: 26.02.2020


'Ztratila se Bílá paní'

Systemsprenger
Year: 2019
Country: Germany
Actors and Actresses: Noah Lakmes, Stella Brückner, Helena Zengel
Tags: bathing girl
Review: She is small, but dangerous. Wherever Benni ends up, she is immediately expelled. The wild 9-year-old girl has already become what child protection services call a "system crasher". And she is certainly not looking to change her ways. Because Benni has one single goal: to be back at home with her mommy. But Bianca is scared of her own daughter. Mrs Bafané from child protection services is trying her best to find a permanent placement for Benni. She hires the anger management trainer Micha as Benni's school escort and suddenly there is a seed of hope. Will Micha be able to succeed where all others despaired? - IMDb
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Movie added at: 22.02.2020


'Systemsprenger'

Lapsuuteni
Year: 1967
Country: Finland
Tags: bathing boy, boy skinny dip, bathing girl
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Movie added at: 15.02.2020


'Lapsuuteni'

Sto dney do prikaza
Year: 1991
Country: Russia
Actors and Actresses: Oleg Khusainov
Review: Visually astonishing, erotically charged and emotionally jarring. 100 Days Before the Command is Hussein Erkenov's courageous and stinging indictment of Communism. Five young Red Army recruits struggle for survival against the merciless violence that surrounds them on a daily basis. Their only means of saving their dignity is by preserving the humanity and compassion they share for each other. Although not an overtly gay film, Erkanov's 100 Days Before the Command is remarkably direct in it's homoerotic imagery and subtexts. The film includes scenes where the soldiers share an intimacy and tenderness that is far removed from the brutality of most of their waking hours. (Amazingly all the roles are played by real life soldiers except one professional actor.) Banned by Soviet censors upon its initial release, Erkenov was forced to create his own sales company in order for the film to be screened at the 1995 Berlin Film Festival. 100 Days Before the Command is a unique entry into the world of post cold war film making from behind the former Iron Curtain.
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Movie added at: 13.02.2020


'Sto dney do prikaza'

Trollsommar
Year: 1980
Country: Sweden
Actors and Actresses: Jonny Gäfvert, Isabella Grybe
Review: Three city kids are taken somewhat reluctantly to a farm out in the forests of Sweden. There they meet the resident country kids who's rosy cheeks and youthful antics mirror the apathy and cynicism of the children grown up in the callous and barren streets of the city. In the country, strange and mysterious things are afoot. Sudden fires, cars braking down and enigmatic sightings point to there being more than the modern man fathoms in the woods. People talk of trolls and beings in the woods, guardians of the land, but the grown ups do not believe and the cynical city children say such talk is nonsense. - IMDb
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Movie added at: 08.02.2020


'Trollsommar'

Arje
Year: 2004
Country: Russia
Actors and Actresses: Uma Levi, Vitali Rosenwasser, Nana Levi, Yevgeniy Melnikov, Vera Ivanko, Dana Epstein
Tags: bathing boy, bathing girl
Controversial scenes
Movie added at: 05.02.2020


'Arje'

Kannathil Muthamittal
Year: 2002
Country: India
Actors and Actresses: P.S. Keerthana, Shefali Chowdhury
Tags: bathing boy
Review: Dhileepan and Shyama are Tamil-speaking residents of Mankulam, Sri Lanka, who get married with the blessings of their respective families. After the marriage, Shyama confides that she would like to be a mother of eight children, but she is stunned when her husband tells her that he cannot father any children until there is peace between the mainstream and the Tamils in this country. Nevertheless, they do get intimate, which results in Shyama getting pregnant. Dhileepan goes into hiding because of his connections with the Tamil Tigers, while Shyama returns to her father's house. A storm threatens their village, and they are forced to flee to a Refugee Camp in Rameswaram, India. Alone, without any support, Shyama gives birth to a girl, leaves her, and returns to Sri Lanka to be with her husband. The child gets noticed by noted Tamil author Thiruchelvan, who lives with his sister, her husband, and their son and writes books under the pen-name of Indra, who is actually an attractive TV newswoman who lives next door. When he comes forward to adopt her, he is initially refused, as he must be married in order to adopt any child. He accordingly gets married to Indra, and they adopt the child and name her Amudha. Subsequently, they become parents of two sons, Vinayan and Akhilan. After Amudha completes her ninth year, she is told that she has been adopted, which compels her to start searching for her biological mother. Amudha initially runs aways to Rameswaram, but she is unable to locate her and continues to be distraught until Thiruchelvan promises to take her to Mankulam. They do come across a woman named Shyama, but she denies having any children, and it is then that they find out that there is another Mankulam in the north of Sri Lanka. They travel there, among almost war-like conditions, and it is here that Thiruchelvan and his guide, Dr. Herold Vikramsinghe, will be abducted by Tamil Tigers, who, in turn, will arrange for a meeting with Shyama. Watch what happens when Amudha finally gets to meet her birth mother--who may outrightly disown her or induct her as one of the many child warriors among the Tamil Tigers. - IMDb
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Movie added at: 01.02.2020


'Kannathil Muthamittal'


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