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Show Me What You Got : an enchanting ménage à trois

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  For her sophomore feature film American writer/director Svetlana Cvetko has created an enchanting ménage à trois romance that makes for compelling viewing.  Shot in black and white, it is all  very reminiscent of a French New Wave flick, except this is very much a Californian/Italian affair. The three protagonists drift together in L.A. which … Continue reading



Dashing in December : a queer Christmas Cowboy story

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  The LGBTQ community’s fascination with gay cowboys long predates Brokeback Mountain the 2005 Oscar Winning movie that made us all fall in love with Heath Ledger.  Yet some 15 years later  there is still such a shortage of them on the big and small screen so that we got positively excited just about the … Continue reading



Funny Boy : a tender queer love story set in a time of war

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  Having just reviewed Jon Garcia’s excellent drama about a relationship set and filmed in the COVID Lockdown, we are beginning to realize his title Love In Dangerous Times could have also be used by a whole multitude of other movies.  Especially ones with an LGBTQ story lIne. For example Funny Boy is a coming-of-age … Continue reading



Love in Dangerous Times : a pandemic romance

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The Covid 19 pandemic that has put all our lives on hold, or simply twisted them almost out of recognition , will finish one day .  The only thing certain is when the world is a safer place, the movie industry is bound to rush to make so many films about the Lockdown that we … Continue reading



Port Authority : falling in love is not always what it seems

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  This intriguing debut feature from writer/director Danielle Lessovitz is a journey of discovery of a confused 20 year old youth who runs away from his troubled life in Pittsburgh to try his luck in NY. However when Paul (Fionn Whitehead) arrives at the Port Authority,  half-sister Sara (Louisa Krause) who he had hoped to … Continue reading



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