An emotionally subtle film with some surprisingly graphic sex, Come Undone follows 18-year-old Mathieu (Jeremie Elkaim) as he goes on holiday with his depressed mother, her cranky caretaker, and Mathieu's resentful younger sister. At the beach, Mathieu meets Cédric (Stéphane Rideau), a handsome teenager with whom he begins a romance after a kiss in the moonlight. Their relationship is threatened by Mathieu's fears of how his family will react and by a violent former lover of Cédric's, but ultimately is brought to an end by something else entirely. Come Undone shifts fluidly back and forth in time and can be confusing, but by the end it's an affecting portrait of both love and melancholy. Some will find the movie worth seeing just for the many shots of the extremely attractive naked actors romping on the beach. --Bret FetzerFrom the Back Cover:
18-Year old Mathieu is vacationing at the beach with his family when he meets local teen Cedric. After an extremely erotic kiss, the boys begin a hot and heavy affair, complete with skinny-dipping at night, nude dancing on the beach and lovemaking in the dunes. As Mathieu grapples with his sexuality, his bond with Cedric grows stronger untilGorgeous, bronzed bodies on the beaches of France and a passionate romance between two French youths are reason enough to love Come Undone, but this bittersweet film also has something poignant to say about gay first love.
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