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What struck me first and foremost was the impressive cinematography and the gorgeous hunks especially Liam Hall. While the film tackles the LGBT issue I would like to presume that the plot goes deeper than that. Having no dialogue made it quite tricky but the quote on the intro scene may just as well give us hints. The quote was culled from the book "I'm the King of the Castle" by Susan Hill, which tackles the issues of phobias and themes such as bullying, suicide and vulnerability. The scene where a young lad is seen looking down at the ocean and another scene that shows Hall being tied by another young man; these scenes seem to suggest similar issues from the book of which the quote was taken from. Musical scoring was nevertheless highly commendable. Definitely a must-watch!