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Seventeen and Anxious (1970) Zbynek Brynych

Seventeen and Anxious (1970)
aka O Happy Day
Genre: Coming of Age | Comedy | Drama
Country: West Germany | Director: Zbynek Brynych
Language: German | Subtitles: English (.srt file)
Aspect ratio: 1.33:1 | Length: 84mn
Vhsrip H264 Mkv - 720x544 - 25fps - 1.21gb

Anna is 17 and has hit that age where sexuality has hit big time. She goes to an all-girls Catholic school, coupled with a negligent businessman of a father and a disinterested yoga fanatic mother, this leaves Anna with a lot of proverbial angst and teenage daydreams of nuns without robes and maybe some man could "deflower" her and take her away from this prison where her parents still treat her like a child.

1970 was a busy year for Zbynek Brynych, as he managed to make Die Weibchen and Angels With Burnt Wings in addition to this psychedelic curiosity.

The German Seventeen and Anxious was also released as O Happy Day. The film's alternate title is a reference to a popular gospel song, which is performed often and con brio in the course of the action. The film's official title alludes to the coming of age experienced by its youthful protagonists. The younger actors are green but eager to please, while the veterans in the supporting cast-including Nadja Tiller and Karl Michael Vogler-help make the film palatable for those among us not politely inclined to nervous teenagers. The film's R rating is admittedly necessary, but should not suggest that the film is overtly offensive. Unfortunately, Seventeen and Anxious represents the next-to-last film effort for its talented director, Zbynek Brynych.
 Seventeen and Anxious (1970)

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1 Response to "Seventeen and Anxious (1970) Zbynek Brynych"

  1. David3141 says:

    Please, upload "Kurîmu remon / Cream Lemon" [Nobuhiro Yamashita; 2004].


    Thanks!

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