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"Aching Hearts": "First love is a universal rite of passage, as are the trials and tribulations of high school. In Denmark circa 1961, three young men face the confusion of romance and adulthood. Jonas can't figure out what he wants or from whom he wants it. As sweet, smart and adoring Agnete stands before him, he wonders, "Do I love her?" Meanwhile, Birger, Jonas's friend and foil, thinks he's got it all figured out. His future appears set, but fate has other plans for him. And Toke, the elusive loner, embraces his individuality with a passion that bears the legacy of his father. As love and adulthood take hold of all three, twists and turns abound: Friends become enemies, parents suddenly appear in all their flaws and nothing is simple anymore. Strong performances elevate a delicately crafted drama that unfolds gracefully and unforgettably, leaving no heart, whether soft or stone-like, unturned.
- also known as Kærestesorger, KÃ¦restesorger
- country: Denmark
- language: Danish Language
- director: Nils Malmros
- producer: Thomas Heinesen
- executive producer: Kim Magnusson
- production design by Søren Krag Sørensen & Finn Richardt
- written by John Mogensen & Nils Malmros
- casting by Tommy Duus
- cinematography by Jan Weincke
- edited by Birger Møller Jensen
- music by Gunner Møller Pedersen
- costume design by Anne-Dorte Fischer
- genres: Drama, Romance Film
- released on (5 years ago)
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