Tits: Review

Tits: Review

Tits: Review

Iben (Marie Bya) is a teenage girl who does the same as any other girls her age. She likes hanging out with her friends and with hormones being what they are, she’s a little boy crazy and has found someone she likes.

However, it seems that hormones work differently for girls and boys and whereas Iben would rather relax by the sea with her boyfriend, he still wants to go out playing with his friends.



Oscar (Snorre Kind Monsson) is one of those shy, introverted teenage boys who seem to get overlooked. He doesn’t feel great about his weight and he compares himself to the other boys, especially when he sees them doing more athletic things that make him feel self-conscious. He finds himself one day by the sea and desperately wants to join in with his friends. However, he thinks that he has to hide himself so that nobody will stare at him – or at least that’s what he thinks.

Iben has no such issues though and is happy to disrobe and swim in the sea without a care in the world. At least that’s how it comes across at least.

Tits is a short film written and directed by Eivind Landsvik which tells a short story about two teenagers who find they have something in common. A tale so common that it could be set at any time, it feels as if Landsvik’s film is a timeless and universal story.

Shot as if it were a slice of life rather than a staged drama, Tits brings out natural performances from its young actors and their feelings about their bodies feels relatable. Although clearly walking very different paths, once Iben and Oscar start talking, they find that they may have more in common than they thought.

A story which thankfully doesn’t feel forced, neither does it feel like a message being rammed down the audience’s throats. Instead, Tits is just a sweet simple film about two people who may not usually talk. Heart-warming but not in a saccharine way, Tits will make you smile and think twice about judging other people.


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