Alexis Dos Santos’ vivid, seductive second feature follows its endearing metropolitan drifters around a wholly persuasive nocturnal landscape of grubby flatshares, hipster warehouse parties and drug-related instant friendships.
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A group of gorgeous young European expatriates stumble through their drunken, dis-remembered London nights. Director Alexis Dos Santos has a real heart for youth culture, which keeps the film from feeling exploitative even when flesh is on display. Entirely sweet and pleasurable to watch, with authentic dialogue. Kind of like "Chunking Express" transplanted to the UK indie scene, which is not a bad thing at all.
I felt like I was watching SKINS but less drugs, alcohol and partying. It's cinematography borrows a lot from French New Wave films. It has that similar "cool" vibe like The Dreamers, Palo Alto and Submarine. Great soundtrack!
Delicate and realistic, shows the magic we all carry when we are young, naive, and the future is not on the horizon... the present is a colorful hazy dream we traverse. Good soundtrack, beautiful cast and good job on the photography. Reminded me bit of the nouvelle vague I'd say.
I’m eighteen. I love this film so so much. The human relationships that are portrayed here are so beautiful and exactly as I believe human relationships to be. Young people making films about young people. Absolutely astonishing.