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Queerguru’s Jose Mayorga reviews The Summer With Carmen : two friends on a beach plan a movie about their lives

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    Bright and sunny Greece,  summertime and Demosthenes, a good-looking man that captures the eye from beginning to end of the film, an educational one (instructions included) on how to write a script, develop characters, and write about fiction based on facts.  A comedy that embraces us, viewers into a platonic friendship. We follow … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews Jacob Elodi in his 3rd starring role of 2023 in HE WENT THAT WAY

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    He Went That Way is the directorial debut by Jeffrey Darling, who sadly passed away just as he completed production on the film. Loosely based on a real-life event from Vietnam-era America in 1964, this dark and violent drama is a classic road movie in a long line of the genre. Zachary Quinto … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews MONICA an intense, touching drama about end-of-life family reconciliation.

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      Monica is an intense, touching drama about end-of-life family reconciliation. Monica (Trace Lysette) is a glamorous thirty-something, red convertible car-driving, long auburn-haired woman living in California, having left her rural mid-Western roots behind. She works as a masseuse and an online sex worker. She’s cool and guarded, and lives a fairly singular … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Jose Mayorga reviews ‘We All Lie My Darling’. facing discrimination, HIV, and love.

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A based on true events story is set in Sydney. We follow Nick  (Callum Needham) into the Stonewall Club after he has been expelled from his mother’s home because she learns he is gay and she doesn’t want to have him close to her.  At the club, he finds his cousin and friends. He moves … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden reviews “Feeling Afraid as If Something Terrible is About to Happen’ at London’s Bush Theatre

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  Feeling Afraid as If Something Terrible is About to Happen ✩✩✩ Bush Theatre, London Feeling Afraid as If Something Terrible is About to Happen is a winkingly clever play, by Marcelo Dos Santos, about the nature and neediness of comedians. Slyly disguised as a one-man stand-up show delivered by the Comedian (Samuel Barnett) it’s … Continue reading



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