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Queerguru’s David Lagachu reviews ACTS OF LOVE: a film about moments of intimacy

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  As audiences, we are used to perceiving cinema as a coming together of various structural units – a story that has a beginning, a middle, and an ending. The director duo of Isidore Bethel and Francis Leplay are on a mission to dismantle this belief of ours. Their project Acts of Love is full … Continue reading



Queerguru’s David Lagachu reviews CARNIVAL the latest movie from Argentinian queer auteur Marco Berger

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  There’s a metaphysical connection among all the films of Marco Berger. His latest offering The Carnival plays out like a semi-documentary version of his previous works. There’s a bit of Taekwondo (2016) in it with semi-naked bodies of hunky men on generous display. Actor Gaston Re who starred in Berger’s previous films The Blonde … Continue reading



Queerguru’s David Lagachu reviews The Male Gaze: Celluloid Dreams a collection of seven short queer films

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  The Male Gaze: Celluloid Dreams showcases a collection of seven short films from both the 20th and 21st centuries. The first film Just Out of Reach (Dir. Jonathan Wald) runs for a blink-and-a-miss four minutes but manages to convey more than the combination of lines uttered by the two actors in it. The story … Continue reading



Queerguru’s David Lagachu reviews THE MALE GAZE: THREE’S COMPANY

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The Male Gaze: Three’s Company – an anthology film series hand-picked by NQV Media deals with myriad issues under the queer sun. However, the series of six short films doesn’t limit itself to singular themes and sensitively deals with universal issues such as racism, politics, xenophobia et al.  Golden Boys (8 mins) Director: Jill Riley. … Continue reading



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