I am sure this film was groundbreaking for its time, and still as aspects that set it apart from many films, and most LGBT oriented films that we see today....
We Were One ManGuy is trying to live a simple life during World War II. He resides in a small farmhouse outside a sleepy village in France. He has almost no friends. One day he stumbles across Rolf, an injured German soldier. Guy brings Rolf home and nurses him back to health. While convalescing, a relationship...Watch Movie
JohanIt's the 70's and the look of love is retro. As his imprisoned lover Johan awaits sentencing, filmmaker Phillipe Vallois attempts to recreate their passionate love affair with a series of other beautiful young Parisian men. Here the film becomes a meditation on spontaneous, unbridled sensuality...Watch Movie
A complicated friendship and an exploration of the depths of love, utility, and hate. Have a bottle of wine and a few close friends on hand for this one.
One must see this movie to fully appreciate the off-beat script and outstanding camera work. Difficult to write a review without spoiling the underlying aspects of the the human psyche...