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Love on the baltic

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By the end of Stefan Krohmer's 97-minute German film Summer '04, you'll feel so doused in sexual tension, you might feel like you need a shower. A suggestively sexy mother and her laid-back husband take their 15-year-old son and the boy's 12-year-old Lolita of a girlfriend on a sailing trip on the Baltic Sea. All's well until they dock and the tween vixen starts to flirt with an older man in town. Mom steps in to stop the affair, only to fall for the dude herself behind her husband's back. Jealousy, rejection, and good old-fashioned adultery abound. Don't say you weren't warned. Just bring your own soap. The film starts at 7 tonight at the Cleveland Cinematheque, 1141 East Boulevard. Tickets are $6 to $8. Call 216-421-7450 or visit www.cia.edu/cinematheque.
Sun., March 2, 7 p.m., 2008

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