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Jack Genius almost 5 years ago
The Man Who Loved Yngve is a 2008 film directed by Stian Kristiansen. "A music-loving teenager is forced to recognise feelings awakening inside of him when a new boy starts at his school. Norway, 1989. Jarle is a frustrated 17-year old, who would rather sit at home listening to the latest Jesus and Mary Chain record than hang out with the other kids at school. When he forms a punk band with his friends and starts dating a pretty young girl, his life seems to begin taking shape. But everything is thrown into confusion when a new boy arrives at his school, and Jarle recognises new emotions awakening inside of him. From its authentic period setting, to the great soundtrack that features Joy Division and The Cure, The Man Who Loved Yngve perfectly evokes those awkward adolescent feelings of self-discovery and experimentation. Presented with bittersweet warmth, and a dose of sardonic wit, Jarle's story will be familiar to many, but also takes some surprising turns along the way. MB"...
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