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The Man Who Loved Yngve (Mannen som elsket Yngve)

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Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 2008
Running time:98 minutes
Cast:Rolf Kristian Larsen, Arthur Berning, Ida Elise Broch, Ole Christoffer Ertvåg, Jørgen Langhelle
Director:Stian Kristiansen
Writer:Tore Renberg

Description: A young man finds that the current political turmoil in Eastern Europe bears uncanny comparisons to his own rocky homosexual awakening in The Man Who Loved Yngve, Stiane Kristiansen's emotionally-charged tale of coming out in late 1980s Europe. For 17-year-old Jarle Klepp, it seems life could not possibly improve; as a resident of the small town of Stavanger, Norway, Jarle sits on the very cusp of adulthood. He also claims a gorgeous girlfriend and a hip best friend, and looks ahead eagerly to his plans to kick start a punk band called 'Mattias Rust.' In truth, however, Jarle harbors long-buried gay desires, and it takes another young man - a village newcomer called Yngve - to draw out these latent feelings. Suddenly, Jarle finds himself plunged headfirst into a maelstrom of conflicting feelings, desires, and impulses, led forward only by an overwhelming urge to be as close to Yngve as possible, all the time. In the end, Jarle's need to be true to himself may claim its own rewards, but it will also inevitably mean losing the security of approval from many around him.~ Nathan Southern, All Movie Guide

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