North Sea, Texas Trailer

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Bavo Defurne’s debut feature is a beautifully measured coming-of-age drama based on André Sollie’s novel, This Is Everlasting.  He built up an international reputation with his highly stylised shorts such as Campfire and Particularly Now, In Spring.

Pim lives in a small town on the Belgian coast, together with his single mother Yvette, a local accordion starlet. It’s an ordinary existence which Pim brightens up by dreaming of princesses, beauty queens and handsome Gino, the boy next door.  But when hunky traveller Zoltan blows through town, Pim’s life takes an exciting and unexpected turn.



Influenced by filmmakers such as Carl Dreyer and Eisenstein as well as photographers such as Herbert List and Pierre et Gilles, North Sea Texas celebrates the heartache of first love.


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