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Lakki (1992)

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Surreal tale of a 14 year-old boy who dreams of escaping the loneliness from an unhappy home & sexual abuse (from his mother''s boyfriend who is also his school swimming coach). One day his back mysteriously sprouts feathers and he can metaphorically fly away from it all.

 



A bittersweet story of a teenage boy who dreams of escaping from sexual abuse and an unhappy family life, and who mysteriously grows wings to fly away from it all. Nudity and mature themes. This is the only Anders Borchgrevink video.

NY Times Review Summary: A fourteen-year-old boy who is neglected by his father and disregarded by his decadent mother begins to experience a remarkable transformation in director Svend Wam''s haunting drama. When things around the house begin to grow dire, dejected adolescent Lakki begins spending most of his time on the streets. Unfortunately for Lakki the streets are no more kind than home, and it isn''t long before he is being brutalized by a vicious punk rocker. When feathers inexplicably begin sprouting out of Lakki''s back, the miraculous event compels the frightened youngster to fight for his life. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

 


 

 

 

 





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