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Colette

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  The fascinating fact about Colette, based on the real life of the celebrated French author, is that is a story of female liberation.  During the Belle Epoque period in Paris at the turn of the 20th Century in society men were openly promiscuous and wives were expected to demurely turn a blind eye, but … Continue reading



Jaded : one of the best LGBT webseries of 2018

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  The web series Jaded is a really entertaining look at the contemporary dating scene in San Francisco through the eyes of one 30-something year old man who looks for love in all the wrong places.  It’s the work of writer/performer J D Scalzo who is not only the creator but plays the hapless Jackson … Continue reading



I Miss You When I See You

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  This latest movie from openly gay Hong Kong filmmaker Simon Chung is a sensitive tale about two souls who are quietly struggling about making the right choice.  Should they follow their hearts or society’s expectations? Kevin moved to Australia with his family when he was still in High School. Leaving his best friend Jamie … Continue reading




Cola De Mono

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  It’s an unbearably hot Santiago Christmas Eve 1986 in those pre-tech days before cellphones were invented and  when families still had to talk to each other. However Borja (Cristóbal Rodríguez-Costabal) ‘s family don’t.  Well not very much.  He’s a precocious teenager about to turn 17 and obsessed with movies especially the stack of obscure … Continue reading



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