If i draw some comparison to''the breakfast club'' of the early 80's. its a secluded space outside a youth club kinda music dance thing, where the grown ups let in and the nearly there hangs around the corner salivating to become old enough. as a story its nothing new on that blockcathegory... except for the very talented youth actors that makes no wrinkled foreheads , no raised eyebrows nor liplicking in their dialouges, and their spontaniousness in better as for worse are extremely recognizabel even 50 years after i hung round the corner. its toughness, roughness, bragging and shyness, its lying and decieving, and most of all trying to maintain dignity, and at the end of the night getting your first real kiss... that was something yeeaah.. its a film that should be seen due to good childacting, the rest is like the breakfast club back then, a stew of dialouges that we had to watch as part of the school curiculum. a small recommend from the grumpy old man
18 to Party
18 to Party
It's 1984 and outside a small-town nightclub, a group of 8th graders gather, grappling with a spate of recent suicides, UFO sightings, their absentee parents, and each other.
December 13, 2020