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Hearts Beat Loud

“What came first – the music or the misery?”

Marauding in its emptiness, the latest installment from Brett Haley is the perfect mood piece for people looking to get in the mood for ennui.

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Thespian Thursday: Saving Face

There was a time in my life when traditional rom-coms seemed empty and vapid, and I turned to indie LGBTQ+ films to fill the void. Okay, I still do. 225 more words


Learning to Exhale: A Review of 'Love, Simon'

I experienced something while watching Love, Simon that has never before happened to me while watching a romantic comedy: the entire theater cheered during the big love confession/reunion/first kiss scene at the end of the film. 763 more words


Indahnya Call Me By Your Name

Sebuah kisah cinta yang indah, damai dan pecahkan hati.

1- Tidak banyak filem yang memaparkan kisah cinta dua lelaki yang mendamaikan, tanpa berlebih-lebihan adegan seksualnya tanpa pengaruh kepada jalan cerita. 454 more words


Love, Simon

“you can exhale now, Simon”

Coming off a strong year where the LGBT-community could boast in some proud releases, the 2018 season begins with more of an exhibition in learning, than a production of lasting effect.

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Thespian Thursday: Cabaret

If you’ve never heard of this musical, it’s a glittery, hedonistic, and seductive affair. A young British man comes to Berlin in the early 1930s to teach English, and he meets (and falls in love with) a night club singer, who brings him into her world of music, dance, sexual liberation, and nonconformity. 241 more words