Boys Don't Cry
A girl helps four boys examine and understand why it's difficult for them to show their vulnerabilities and be open about their emotions in today's society.
Bobbie Müller grew up in Amsterdam. During her childhood, she grew fond of visual media, film and arts. In 2017 she attended the Rietveld, the renowned art school in the Netherlands. During her year in art school she found out film was still her biggest passion. From 2018 to 2019 she went to The European Film College in Ebeltoft, Denmark, where she directed two short films. Boys Don’t Cry, a documentary about masculinity and The Kids Are Alright, a fiction film about youth dynamics and sexual assault. In 2019, she got accepted into the Dutch Film Academy for Directing Documentary where she is now proceeding her career.
Bobbie Faren Müller