Dòst

Dòst

Dòst is a TV movie starring Maurins Boonstra, Henk Jan Doornbosch, and Liam Feikens. The short drama film Dòst tells the tough coming of age process of best friends Alko and Björn in a small rural village community. Between...

Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Drama
Actors
Maurins Boonstra, Matthijs Groenbroek, Liam Feikens, Henk Jan Doornbosch
Director
Joren Molter
Writer
Britt Snel
Country
Netherlands
Year
2018
Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about drama «Dòst» (50)

Hannah Weaver avatar
Hannah Weaver

The short drama film Dòst tells the tough coming of age process of best friends Alko and Björn in a small rural village community. Between agricultural weekend work and partying, dealing with other adolescent boys and girls, one kiss can make a big difference. The urge to fit in, to uphold image, and peer pressure makes the boys both having to make choices that will affect their friendship.

Lauren avatar
Lauren

This movie is amazing, entertaining, and well crafted as a film in general! The film is incredibly exciting and a beautifully written plot.

Andrew H. avatar
Andrew H.

I continue to be blown away at how fantastic this film is. It is executed with extreme precision. Every aspect of the film, all the way from visuals to the character development, is masterful.

David avatar
David

I've not seen a good movie like this for a while. It’s well acted and enjoyable.

Gary Scott avatar
Gary Scott

Absolutely astonishing. The scenes from this movie are incredible.

Emily avatar
Emily

Great acting all around..Matthijs Groenbroek made it feel real and heartfelt.

Ralph Hunt avatar
Ralph Hunt

This is possibly one of the only perfect films I have ever seen. It is absolutely confident in every way, something which is extremely refreshing

John Andrews avatar
John Andrews

This movie is really great. Maurins Boonstra made this movie very stunning.

Roger avatar
Roger

I went to see this film last night and was immersed in it from the very first minutes