My Summer of Love

My Summer of Love

My Summer of Love

  Scarcely had the first days of spring have given way to a new cold wave is the longing again. After the sun, summer and relaxation. Those who no longer hold out, takes place in My Summer of Love a bit of heat.

A long, hot summer, somewhere in Yorkshire, England. Mona (Natalie Press) lives with her older brother Phil (Paddy Considine) above the local pub. Has received from the pumps have come a long beer more: Since Phil is a divine inspiration, is meditating between counter and bar stools and just prayed. Mona feels alone and can not understand the transformation of her brother. In the hills on the outskirts of the village, she meets one day Tasmin (Emily Blunt), which touches on her horse through the hilly landscape. The girls are instantly and feel very close, despite all oppositions. Tasmin comes from a wealthy, well-guarded home. Mona’s mother is dead, the father has never met the teenager. They spend weeks of lightness, freedom and happiness. Tasmin draws Mona into her spell. As a femme fatale she beguiles while Phil Just when everything seems perfect, Tasmin can collapse the house of cards. Phil locks Mona, who wanted to run away with her friend in her room. There they tried to take her life, but is found in time. When she wants to Tasmin back, this is completely changed. Mona begins to see through the game and tried to free himself from being victims.

My Summer of Love is the story of two girls, who together ausreizen grow beyond themselves and their limits. Director Pawel Pawlikowski, who adapted the film a novel by Helen Cross, wanted to capture the magic of a girls’ friendship. Funny, complicated and contradictory on the one hand, romantic, cynical, witty and poetic, on the other side. That contrasts to galvanize the two girls, was the Polish-burly director important. So everyone can find a part of yourself in this friendship. But both were alone, together they are a dangerous combination. In addition to summer images created especially music by Alison Goldfrapp a comforting, nostalgic atmosphere. The film was successful at several festivals and was awarded the 2005 BAFTA for best British film.

(Gesine Grassel)

Title: My Summer of Love Country of production: United Kingdom Year of production: 2004 Length: 86 (Min) Distribution : Prokino

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