‘Close’ Is A Exquisite Tale Of Childhood Heartbreak [Cannes Review]

‘Close’ Is A Exquisite Tale Of Childhood Heartbreak [Cannes Review]
Cannes – Lukas Dhont’s second feature, “Close,” starts off where most love stories end, and, in that respect, it begins with almost euphoric joy. Leo (Eden Dambrine) and Remi (Gustav De Waele) are the best of friends. They play imaginary games in the forest and chase each other through the flower fields of Leo’s family farm. They are probably on the cusp of thinking such things are too childish, but not just yet.

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