Re: Last foreign language movie you saw, and your rating of it!
Admittedly, most of the films I watch are foreign. Europeans, South Americans and Spaniards especially do avant-garde like no other. They are less self-aware than Hollywood and largely unafraid of sexuality, which eliminates the naivety and reduplicative qualities found in big budget films.
Krámpack was a simple tale of two friends, one closet homosexual and a heterosexual, with genuinely heartfelt acting by two young talents. I enjoyed every minute of Krámpack, but it needs to be said that there are some striking parallels between this movie and Y tu Mama Tambien. The key difference here is a diluted script and less personable/likable characters. This slightly limited Krámpack's overall effectivity.
In essence, Krámpack feels like a less polished version of Y tu Mama Tambien, but it still provided some nice entertainment for me and I would recommend it to any gay foreign film fans.
Casey Dellacqua, Jelena Jankovic, Anna-Lena Groenefeld,
Jelena Dokic, Mirjana Lucic, Sara Tomic, Sloane Stephens
Jarmila Gajdosova, Melanie Oudin, Kaia Kanepi, Alison Riske