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In this startling, darkly funny coming-of-age drama, a disaffected teenager embarks on a life of his own brand of crime. The handsome Armin (Constantin von Jascheroff) is fresh out of college and unemployed. Unable to take the pressure from his parents, he sends an anonymous confession to the local newspaper after he sees a charred car wreck by the highway. He quickly spins into further acts of rebellion, like writing pornographic graffiti on a bathroom wall and fantasizing about committing violent crimes and having forced sex with a gang of leather-clad motorcyclists. But is it really all fantasy and lies, or is there a danger lurking below Armin's innocent surface?
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I llike it enough, that I watch it again, that is saying a lot for an LGBT genre film todayPublished 15 months ago by bkr
Not what I expected. This movie explores a young man's confusion with coming of age and is boring. Watch it if you don't have anything else to do.Published 17 months ago by WDorin
I Am Guilty
Interesting, but morbid movie about a perverse young man ......... found it hard to follow, at times.
"I Am Guilty" plods along at a turtle's pace. European cinema often takes more time, focusing on how it tells its story; whereas, American films usually keep the plot developing... Read morePublished on June 25, 2007 by Lee Armstrong