Drama • R • 2017 • 1 hr 39 min
Love this kind of movie, who demonstrate a very different kind of culture for me.
Shows the duality of being gay in a masculine/straight world. When the two worlds collide a choice has to be made to be yourself or not
I watched it as I used my phone, it was easy to keep up with the plot
Most likely a show-don’t-tell moment if you ask me.
Slow, purposely shot film. Interesting premise that doesn’t get fleshed out fully, some questionable acting
A good representation of contemporary society, in which we hide our trueselfs for the sake of social acceptance
Part of me feels it was great, the other part says it was meh
It's well made, but left me indifferent.
Good concept but painful to watch, too boring sometimes.
A devastating look into the consequences of someone unable to be their authentic self. Dreamy quality pairs interestingly with its realism.
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