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Boys On Film Presents: Campfire [DVD]
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In Campfire a lovesick boy scout goes on a camping trip in the country and tries to choose between his girl and his best friend. Particularly Now, In Spring follows a boy athlete as he takes his first steps into adulthood. Saint concerns the scantily-clad death of Saint Sebastian. Finally, Sailor looks at the love between a teenager and a seafarer. One of many pleasures in Defurne's work is the playful and unforced way in which he references the work of other artists from Dreyer and Eisenstein to photographers Herbert List and Pierre et Gilles. Most significantly, Defurne and his regular team have created an allegorical and headily romantic gay aesthetic that draws on a wide range of influences, but is uniquely their own. Defurne's choice of using largely unprofessional actors brings a charming innocence to the performances that complements the magical, overwrought worlds that they inhabit.
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This selection of four films by Bavo Defurne are unbelievably poor; I'm sure a 6th former could have done better. They are highly pretentious and self-indulgent.
The middle two are short (10 mins and 8 mins) and are in black and white. The former is about St Sebastian and is a silent movie, totally devoid of any sensible storyline and beggars the question as to why it was made. The latter is a pointless, meaningless ramble.
The first film on the disk, "Campfire", was passable but full of arty-farty shots of scenes of nature and clouds. The plot left much to be desired. It was only saved from a total waste by having some pretty-faced young actors in it.
The final film, Sailor, was excruciatingly badly filmed. A 6th former WOULD have done better! Vague, pointless "storyline" and poor acting.
This is way below the standard we have a right to expect from a cd in the Boys on Film series. What on earth were the producers of the series thinking of? A total waste of money!!