Queerguru’s José Mayorga reviews ‘WANDERING HEART (Errante corazón) the story of a gay single dad searching for a new future

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  It is summertime in Buenos Aires, and excerpts from Verdi´s La Traviata and homoerotic sequences provide the mood. Handsome and lonely gay single dad Santiago (Leonardo Sbaraglia) is in his forties, lives in an apartment with his teenage dancer daughter Laila (Miranda de la Serna), owns a restaurant, and looks for company in meeting … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews HORSEPLAY: what happens when 10 handsome young men houseshare one summer

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  Los Agitadores (Horseplay) is the latest film from queer Argentinian director Marco Berger (The Blonde One, Taekwondo, Absent). A group of ten handsome, fit young male friends in their mid-20s share a smart villa in the Argentine countryside for a few days over Christmas and New Year. The men know each other well and … 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

A Skeleton In The Closet

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  For his third feature film 30 year old queer Argentinian filmmaker Nicolás Teté revisits the theme of ‘coming out’.  It’s obviously a subject  that weighs very seriously with him which may be a reflection of his own personal journey.  This the story of Manual (Facundo Gambandé) an architecture student in Buenos Aires.  We first … Continue reading

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