Nico and Dani (2000)

R   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance


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A Spanish coming of age story focusing on the antics of two 17 year olds, who have a posh beach house almost all to themselves one summer. This is also a summer of sexual awakenings.


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  • Fernando Ramallo and Jordi Vilches in Nico and Dani (2000)
  • Fernando Ramallo and Jordi Vilches in Nico and Dani (2000)
  • Fernando Ramallo and Jordi Vilches in Nico and Dani (2000)
  • Jordi Vilches in Nico and Dani (2000)
  • Fernando Ramallo and Jordi Vilches in Nico and Dani (2000)
  • Fernando Ramallo and Jordi Vilches in Nico and Dani (2000)

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15 November 2005 | jotix100
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| Summer of discovery
Teen age sexual awakening is at the center of "Krampack". This tremendously frank account of a summer in the lives of two friends who are spending their summer vacation in the home of one of them in Spain. The film proves to be a winner because it presents a situation from the point of view of the young men, instead of from judgmental adults.

Gay Cesc, the Catalan film director, made a good movie about how sex plays a key part in the lives of the two young school mates. The film is made even better by the no-nonsense approach Mr. Cesc gives the film.

Fernando Ramallo is Dani and Jordi Vilches is Nico. While Nico wants it to be the summer where he loses his virginity, Dani has problems of his own as he discovers that he is attracted to men and has to struggle with his new discovery. Both these young actors are totally believable, giving excellent performances, wisely shaped by Mr. Cesc's direction.

This is a refreshing look at a thorny issue, which the director handles with total frankness.

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Montserrat
Written and Performed by
Paul Fuster (from the album "36 Weeks")
(p) 1998 Jepo Disc, Zanfonia S.L. PCCD 0013

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