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I Am Guilty
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Special Features: Director's Statement, Trailers.
- Director's statement.
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Again, slow moody pace to reflect the mood of the main character. Also, think of this as slice of life, we simply travel with this boy through his life as he has bathroom sex, confesses to crimes he didn't commit, and bows to his parent pressure to look for a job that he doesn't really want. I think, just to fill the emptiness in his life, you may feel otherwise. Slow paced, but sufficient to keep me interested. Since I rented it for 7 day, I watched it twice. An interesting character study.
Armin Steeb (Constantin von Jascheroff) is a good-looking young fresh college graduate living with his doting parents (Manfred Zapatka and Victoria Trauttmansdorff) who are concerned about Armin's inertia about supporting himself. They assist him in applying for jobs, prepare him for job interviews, and obviously love him and wish for his happiness. Armin is bored: he can barely tolerate the entire family's normalcy, longing for something to light a fire in his life. While walking alone one night he encounters a wrecked automobile containing a dead driver and while he stops to inspect, he soon moves on carrying with him a metal object from the site of the accident. Out of boredom he writes to the police that he is responsible for the accident of what happens to have been the demise of a public official. He takes the found metal object to the police station then leaves without identifying himself.
Armin continues fruitless job interviews but also spends time in front of the glow of his computer monitor having fantasies: we see him defiling public roadside restrooms with graffiti, having bizarre physical liaisons with motorcycle men, and hurtful encounters with love interest contenders. Are these real or are they the products of an unfocused mind that wants more to life than the humdrum day job?Read more ›
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I llike it enough, that I watch it again, that is saying a lot for an LGBT genre film todayPublished 20 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 23 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