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



Kill The Monsters

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  This very ambitious dramedy is the sophomore feature film from writer/director/actor Ryan Lonergan who also produced and edited too.  It is a very clever American allegory that tells the tale of a charming gay ‘throuple’ who embark on a road journey right across the country when the newest member of their partnership gets a … Continue reading



Mapplethorpe

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  Filmmaker Ondi Timoner’s spirited attempt to capture the very essence of the sheer genius who was Robert Mapplethorpe in this new scripted biopic, sadly leaves us asking for more. In the two decades of his short life that are portrayed by Matt Smith playing the troubled photographer shows a self-centred man who could manipulate … Continue reading



Shower : a powerful Norwegian short LGBT film that is decidedly NSFW

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  This short film by Norwegian writer and director Henry K. Norvalls is not shocking by its sheer nudity, but what it actually leads too.  It is the story of a man enters the shower after working out, but is soon side tracked by an unidentified noise. He decides to seek out the source and enters … Continue reading



We Are Thr3e

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  Nacho (Charly Etchévers) is an ordinary enough guy, works at a Bank by day, and has only recently split up with his girlfriend.  They remain on good terms however and she invites him to her birthday party where meets Ana (Flor Dragonetti). She is almost the opposite to him a self-confident divorcee who has just … Continue reading



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