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Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews COALESCE a realistic look at contemporary life for the young in today’s Cambodia

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  Cambodia is a very fast developing country in total mutation. After the devastating civil war in the 1970s, Cambodia – located between Thailand and Vietnam – has now experienced rapid and sustained economic growth for 20 years (more than 7% pa on average since 2000). This growth mainly benefits urban areas, causing an exodus … Continue reading



A Royal Secret : the real-life story of when the King of Sweden fell in love with a man

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  You may have to keep pinching yourself that this very intriguing TV mini-series is based on a true story as there are times when it simply belies belief.  It’s the stuff of fairy tales when a King falls in love with a commoner although it’s usually with a member of the opposite sex, unlike … Continue reading



Baloney : the story of a struggling boy burlesque/stripper group

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  According to the English dictionary,  the meaning of ‘baloney’ is nonsense.  And that is what this directing debut of filmmaker Joshua Guerci really is : harmless nonsense.  It’s a documentary of the ‘Gay All-Male Group’  (that includes a woman and a straight man) in San Francisco who are struggling pre-covid to find bigger audiences … Continue reading




Keep The Cameras Rolling : The Pedro Zamora Way reviewed by Queerguru’s Ris Fatah

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  Keep The Cameras Rolling is the moving story of HIV/AIDS educator and activist Pedro Zamora’s life and death. Pedro shot to the world’s attention in 1994 as the first person on weekly TV to be completely open about his HIV/AIDS status. Starring in season 3 of the then hugely popular MTV’s ground-breaking reality TV … Continue reading



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