When Teresa (Marisé Alvarez) finally goes home after a 7 year absence to visit her very conservative family, she isn’t the only one feeling a little chicken. (Sorry we couldn’t resist the pun). She’s gone back to Puerto Rico to not just ‘come out’ as a lesbian to her family, but also to invite them to … Continue reading
This debut feature film by young Brit writer/director Daniel Grasskamp is a coming-of-age story that is sparse in both plot and dialogue. It’s the tale of a introverted 17 year old photography student Cat (Jodie Hirst) whose very lonely life centers around her cat who is not just her only friend but also the … Continue reading
One of the reasons that this comic drama falls quite short of being really funny is that it is about two extreme stereotypes who are the focus of a very thin plot that holds no surprises or twists once the main thrust of the story has been revealed at the very beginning. It’s essentially the … Continue reading
It is important to understand in this totally enchanting Irish dramedy that the Mary (Seána Kerslake) in the title is not mad in the conventional sense of the word, and this is just a label hurled at her by people who simply do not know how to cope with her wild and nonconforming spirit. She has … Continue reading
queerguru caught up with director Jennifer Reeder at her home in Chicago just before she left to catch the plane to Boston, and she talked to us exclusively for P.T.V. about why her movie was such a hot ticket right now.