Spring Tide Trailer

Spring Tide Trailer (1990)

05 October 1990 Drama, Comedy 104 mins

Franco lives in a rough part of Copenhagen. His hooker mother has little time for him. Franco drifts into a life of crime, repeatedly confronting the authorities. To give him a new start, he’s placed in a foster home far away from Copenhagen. His new family greets him with warm hospitality. There’s also the beautiful countryside and, last but not least, the teen-aged daughter

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