Deep Breath follows a single day in the drib-drab life of David (Pierre-Louis Bonnetblanc), an aimless teenager spending a few weeks with his slovenly uncle on a ramshackle, isolated farm. This kid is trouble. He's content to fritter away the hours pegging donkeys with stones or smashing inanimate objects such as furniture and trees, for starters. His only solace is distracting himself by blasting his walkman, but that only fuels his aggressive fire with songs about capping people, or more often beautiful women grabbing his cock. He's still a virgin, so this stuff is tantamount to his education. The uncle assigns chores, but never really follows through on making sure David finishes them. He knows full well this kid is a slacker who will inevitably screw things up, growing up to be just another deadbeat with no prospects for his future.
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