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41. Cocoon (Kokon); movie review

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Cert 15
95 mins
BBFC advice: Contains very strong language, strong sex, drug misuse

Let's just set one very uncomfortable issue straight from the start - the actresses in Cocoon are, thankfully, not underage.
Lena Urzendowsky who plays the key character, 14-year-old Nora, is actually 21.
Meanwhile, Jella Haase, who portrays 16-year-old Romy is 28 in real life.
This is important because it could appear that they were dreadfully exploited in the sex scenes which are a key element of Leonie Krippendorff's movie.
Now we have that out of the way, I can report that Cocoon is a well-executed drama which encapsulates the uncertainties and insecurities of being a teenager.
Nora is a quiet girl who lives in the shadow of her older and more outgoing sister (Lena Klenke) with whom she shares a bedroom.
They are left to their own devices because their single-parent mother's behaviour is rather erratic.
The storyline plays out in an ultra-hot summer in Berlin where they are discovering love while spending much time at an outside pool trying to keep cool.
But while her sister and her best pal have their eyes on more conventional eye candy in the shape of rippling male muscles, Nora finds herself attracted elsewhere.
And, after a few very awkward teenage moments, she alights upon a friendship with her school's new girl, Romy (Haase).
Of course, I never was a teenage girl but there are still many moments in Krippendorff's movie which resonate - especially the difficulty in jelling with the opposite sex.
But I feared that the camera lens lingered a little too long an unnecessarily over body parts and was a little too keenly focused on self-discovery if you get my meaning.
That is why I was relieved to know the actresses were older than the ages they were portraying.
That said, Urzendowsky is entirely convincing as a girl who is trying to find her way in difficult circumstances.
For almost everyone, teenage years are a rollercoaster. The lows of uncertainty and public embarrassment and highs of love and new friendships are reflected well in Cocoon.

Reasons to watch: Keenly observed teenage discovery
Reasons to avoid: Feels uncomfortable at times

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: Yes
Nudity: Yes
Overall rating: 6.5/10

Did you know? According to 
Statista Research Department, 12 per cent of responding young females and eight per cent of responding young males stated in a French survey that they had already a homosexual relationship and enjoyed it. Some 86 per cent of French citizens think homosexuality is a way of life that should be accepted by society. 

The final word.  Leonie Krippendorff: "As a teenager, I didn't know how to present myself in social networks and I'm glad about that because I found it difficult enough to define my identity during puberty without the permanent media visibility. For Nora's generation, this visibility has long been absolutely normal. Nevertheless, puberty seems to be timeless. Two generations after me, Nora is still dealing with the same topics: Who am I, what kind of world is this, how do I want to position myself in it and who do I want to love?" 


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