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Queerguru’s David Lagachu reviews A SEXPLANATION “one of the best 1 hour 16 minutes of my life”

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  The name itself gives away more than it should. The trailer gives away even more. Even then, I was tempted to watch the documentary. And the decision to watch it culminated in one of the best 1 hour 16 minutes of my life. The immediate thought that came to my mind as I was … Continue reading



Queerguru’s David Lagachu reviews ACTS OF LOVE: a film about moments of intimacy

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  As audiences, we are used to perceiving cinema as a coming together of various structural units – a story that has a beginning, a middle, and an ending. The director duo of Isidore Bethel and Francis Leplay are on a mission to dismantle this belief of ours. Their project Acts of Love is full … Continue reading



Queerguru’s David Lagachu reviews ALL OUR FEARS that dares to hold religion accountable for suppressing the voice of the queer community

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  At the heart of All Our Fears is spirituality. The protagonist Daniel (Dawid Ogrodnik) is an artist, farmer, and most importantly a queer young man. He literally wears his queerness on his sleeves as his jacket proudly displays the rainbow colors. For the people of his village, he is a Satan-like figure who lures … Continue reading



Queerguru’s David Lagachu reviews CARNIVAL the latest movie from Argentinian queer auteur Marco Berger

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  There’s a metaphysical connection among all the films of Marco Berger. His latest offering The Carnival plays out like a semi-documentary version of his previous works. There’s a bit of Taekwondo (2016) in it with semi-naked bodies of hunky men on generous display. Actor Gaston Re who starred in Berger’s previous films The Blonde … Continue reading



Queerguru’s David Lagachu reviews LONESOME an Australian queer love story refreshingly told with sex-positivity

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  The opening scene of Lonesome resembles a Hollywood Western as our protagonist Casey (Josh Lavery) keeps pace with the sun while running away from his reality. He dons a cowboy hat and the classic blue jeans and white T-shirt combo that immediately endow him with an eye-candy-cum-rebellious persona. His face has the sharpness as … Continue reading



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