Moritz (22) follows his boyfriend Jonas to Berlin only to be abandoned by him within a few weeks. For a while he finds security with the older Noah, but then moves on. He changes his looks and dives into the city’s vibrating techno world. He learns to express his repressed desires, but he also starts to lose himself in drugs and emotional alienation. With the help of his queer friends, Moritz develops his own ideas of sexuality and masculinity, leading him a little closer to himself.


I’d have to say the opening scene to this film was hard to swallow, but it set the scene perfectly for a story fueled by sex, drugs, and all night rave parties. This is real life of youth today, succumbing to life’s pleasures and dangers. Watch with an open mind.

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Bryen Dunn is a freelance journalist with a focus on travel, lifestyle, entertainment and hospitality. He has an extensive portfolio of celebrity interviews with musicians, actors and other public personalities. He enjoys discovering delicious eats, tasting spirited treats, and being mesmerized by musical beats.