I stumbled upon this film on a 'free movie' site and decided to give it a go.
Wow, where to begin. The film is a tale of young girl's emotions and desires. Diane is a young teenager who wants to experience sex in the worst way. Fortunately, or unfortunately as the case may be, she meets a new neighbor, a slightly older and more experienced teen who treats sex as just something to do to have fun, and nothing more. She decides to help her new friend get deflowered. The movie follows the two of them as they go from male to male, from a young bartender they take to their hotel room to a young stranger in a club who won't have sex with Diane because he has a girlfriend, but is more that willing to let her perform oral sex on him.
At one point, because of her frustration, Diane decides to leave the girl's shower room at school and march stark naked into the boy's shower room, much to the young boys delight. Diane is finally deflowered by a very young male who appears to live in a one room shack and owns a very nice sailboat. Of course, Diane's friend joins in, so it becomes a threesome. Diane still seems to be unfulfilled and it appears she wants to 'do it' with her father. He seems to be clueless to this, even though Diane comes to his bed at night to cuddle, with her arms wrapped around him. Of course, her friend ends up seducing the father and they are caught by Diane doing the deed outside, under a tree. This displeases Diane and she slaps her father's face and halfheartedly runs away, until her father comes across her walking down the road and brings her home. She is last seen gazing into space, with a cat-eats-mouse grin on her face.
The actors in 'Puppylove' appear to be underage but they are all in their twenties. The movie is a 'sex, love and rock and roll' coming of age tale, with plenty of nudity typical of European films, but one that would have a hard time being made in the US, except possibly by Larry Clark of Ken Park fame. One can only wish.
Drama / Romance
Drama / Romance
At 14, Diane is an enigmatic teenager and a loner. She is busy bringing up her little brother, Marc, and has an intense relationship with her father, Christian. The appearance of Julia, a young charismatic and emancipated English girl, in her neighbourhood turns Diane's everyday life upside down. Diane, who wants to break the bounds of childhood at any price, goes through the most dramatic experiences of her life in the space of six months. The closer she is to Julia, the more she turns her back on morality, paying no attention to the consequences or the limits of her desires. —Delphine Lehericey
Uploaded By: FREEMAN
May 19, 2021 at 07:36 AM