Watched Jul 15, 2012
Ross Maclean’s review:
A Dutch film that presents a multi-perspective fictional telling of a real crime that involves a group of teenagers deciding the best way to solve problems in their friendship dynamic is to murder one of their own.
It's a look at futile hostilities and makes for occassionally very grim viewing. The performances are convincingly petty but with enough going on in the background that their illogical reasoning seems grounded in reality.
The obvious comparison is Mean Creek but where that was ostensibly down to bullying, this is far more of a nuanced take on teenage relationships that makes it all the more scary.