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Review: Call Me By Your Name

Director: Luca Guadagnino

Stars: Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet, Michael Stuhlbarg

Food and sex have long been intermingled in art, with all manner of delicacies plummed for their erotic potentiality; the echoes of bodily shapes keying us in to the artist’s intent. 1,052 more words

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Lamenting Leviticus: Joe Ahearne talks B&B

You shall not lie with a male as with a woman; it is an abomination. (Leviticus 18:22)

A classic line from Leviticus’ Greatest Hits there, and one that still gets spun two millennia after its authoring by the more fundamentalist Christians in our society. 1,439 more words

DVD & Blu-ray Reviews

Different From the Others: LGBT History Month and the Almost Century-Old Legacy of an Early Gay Rights Film

Different From the Others:

LGBT History Month and the Almost Century-Old Legacy

of an Early Gay Rights Film

By Chase Dimock

October is LGBT History Month, and this year it is as important as ever to study our past. 1,473 more words

Chase Dimock

God's Own Country.

Since its critically acclaimed world premiere at Sundance Film Festival in January 2017, Francis Lee’s debut feature God’s Own Country has been highly anticipated across the UK. 537 more words

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Review: Love is Strange

Love is Strange: ★★★★☆

USA, 2014.

Director: Ira Sachs

Starring: John Lithgow, Alfred Molina, Marisa Tomei

Review:

Love is Strange, Ira Sachs’ fifth feature as director, is about Ben (John Lithgow) and George (Alfred Molina), a cultured middle-class New York couple – they’re a painter and a music teacher respectively. 587 more words

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Moonlight

Moonlight is a film that made me want to revive this blog,which has been collecting cobwebs for nearly half a decade so it seems. For one thing,it was directed by Barry Jenkins. 966 more words

Academy Award Winners

La belle saison (2015)

La belle saison may look like a balmy summer day dream, but it’s a harmful cliché wrapped in soft focus and sepia tones. 438 more words

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