Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden @BFI London Film Fest reviews “A Room Of My Own” that makes a case for how sad moments define people

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  A Room of My Own (Directed by Ioseb ‘Soso’ Bliadze), set in Tbilisi, Georgia, during the pandemic asks one central question; do circumstances turn you into a mess, or does being a mess create your circumstances? It then artfully avoids coming down on one side or the other. Tina (Taki Mumladze, also the co-writer … Continue reading

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