Daniël

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Daniël is a dutch drama written by Martijn Cousijn and directed by Vincent Fitz-Jim. It is a poetic fresco that tells the coming-of-age story of a young boy who is about to discover love and jalousy during a quiet summer in a large family house with his two friends. Torn between his desires for a girl and a beautiful boy, Daniel silently lock himself in a cage and reacts like the bird that he is supposed to protect. As often as he prevents himself to make a decisive move, he extends the frustration and the envy of his companions. Gruadually and slowly, He will realize his attraction for masculinity and hisstrong preference for Frederik. While the trio is eroding to the rhythm of an heart beat, a friendship will be lost and love will blossom. The three characters are portrayed by Bas de Vries, Eva Oosters and Frederik Stuut.

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  1. The dialogue was riveting, the sex scene hot as hell, the battle scene was spectacular, and the death of the bird broke my heart. Oscars all around!

  2. ** SPOILER ALERT ** Well, it depends on what you consider as sex. A tender kiss on the cheek can be hotter than some anal scenes. And dialogue is not always spoken – although even the mimics are very limited here. And there’s more than one battle here – the bird’s battle for life, the boy’s internal battle trying to find out who he is and whom he likes better, the girl’s battle around the shorter boy… funny thing is, the bird’s death was the comic relief ;)

  3. I’m sure the younger guy was deflowered in that last scene, the older guy nutting inside him and seeding him and giving the little bitch a rim job afterwards. Who needs flowers and chocolates? BTW where’s that weird guy that thinks two 17 year old boys making out are both paedophiles?

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