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Perpetual

Country: Denmark, Language: Danish, 26 mins

Original Title

Mørke Rum
  • Director: Peter Lavrsen
  • Writer: Flemming Klem; Peter Lavrsen
  • Producer: Kasper Dissing

CGiii Comment

Here's a film that oozes talent...

Optimism and pessimism in a grubby sex-club...delivered with style and grace.

Nicolas Wollesen has a face that would sink ships...alas, beauty doesn't float every boat.

Our only complaint...no need [at all] for the 2 brief explicit shots...


Watch...here...in Danish...

Trailer...

Mørke Rum / Perpetual from Wheelman Media by Mads Hjulmand on Vimeo.

The(ir) Blurb...

Mørke Rum (Perpetual) is an unconventional love story that centers around a private booth at a seedy sex club. The young Sebastian explores his sexuality and seeking sex/love online. He meets the older Jacob, who takes him to a sex club. In the new and frightening surroundings Sebastian surrender and in their subsequent meetings love sprouts, at least for Sebastian. Outside the darkness of intense togetherness, the reality penetrates. Jacob is full of lust and not love. So when Sebastian's hopes are disappointed and Jacob pulls away, Sebastian return to the dark room to restore the loss with a stranger.

Cast & Characters

Nicolas Wollesen as Sebastian;
Mads Hjulmand as Jacob;
Sofie Topp-Duss as Sara