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Precious Moments

Country: Norway, Language: Norwegian, 17 mins

Original Title

Fremragende timer
  • Director: Jan Dalchow; Lars Daniel Krutzkoff Jacobsen
  • Writer: Jan Dalchow; Lars Daniel Krutzkoff Jacobsen
  • Producer: Jan Dalchow; Ivan Gasparini

CGiii Comment

One of the greyest (and most contentious) areas of the law...the age of consent.
 
It really is about education...children must be taught that they do not have the power of consent - even though it is their body - the only authority they have is to say no...
 
Adults...if there is any doubt whatsoever - say no. Easier said than done to some - you, too, can learn.
 
In the 21st Century - we have, throughout time, heightened the age, lowered the age - and nothing has changed...statutory rape...yet another man-made failure.
 
The film itself is a little weak - for such a powerhouse of subject matter.

It really does deserve a feature length investigation into this highly controversial area of human nature and failure.


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The(ir) Blurb...

True story of a 30 something man arrested for having sex with a young man under the age of consent. The younger man (resident of a group home) made the initial contact and claimed to be old enough to consent.

Cast & Characters

Tord Vandvik Haugen as Olav, the Boy;
Even Rasmussen as Per, the Man;
Toril Martinussen as Susanne;
Wiggo Farberg as The Judge