Baby (2001) (12 mins)
A mesmerising depiction of adolescent sexual anxiety, Baby will resonate with anyone who remembers being a sex-crazed teen. In this early example of his bold taste in acting roles, Ben Whishaw plays a moody teen recalling a sexually-charged visit to a swimming pool. Muscled divers and naked encounters in the shower catch his eye…but is he attracted to the female bathers too?
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