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Young Andy is having a hard time at school, taunted for being different than the other boys. When his mother unexpectedly dies, Andy moves to a small Mexican suburb to live with his strict, no-nonsense grandmother (played by frequent Pedro Almodovar collaborator Carmen Maura), Soon, Andy finds comfort and refuge in Charly, the estates sexy young gardener, who introduces him to an exciting world of danger, risk, and temptation. In this epic coming-of-age story, Andy will navigate the pain and joy that comes with grief, growing up, and finding your identity.


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Review by JeromeH

By: JeromeH
Reviewer SteveBL is absolutely correct. There is no "LGBT interest" (unless you believe that any shy boy is homosexual). In terms of "Homophobia", that only occurs in the scene where two schoolboys are scuffling and using the word "faggot" while tr... Read More
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Review by SteveBL

By: SteveBL
Gay viewers expecting a Mexican version of, say, L.I.E. must remain unsatisfied. While there are hints that the tween protagonist might be gay, and there is plenty of shirtlessness on the part of the gardener, this is not a coming-of-age sexuality st... Read More
4.25 out of 5

Review by Amos Lassen

By: Amos Lassen
"SEEDS" ("Cuernavaca")
Young and Misunderstood
Amos Lassen
"Cuernavaca" explores the stunted childhood of a young, misunderstood boy with surrealist approach to storytelling. Alejandro Andrade's directorial debut uses a variety of old-... Read More

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