Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews ALL YOU NEED a German queer TV series as good as Queer As Folk

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  All You Need – Everything You Feel is a wonderful new queer drama series based in Berlin. We follow a group of gay friends as they take on life, love, and relationships. Handsome medical student Vince (Benito Bause) lives with his best friend, web designer Levo (Arash Marandi). Both are twenty-somethings and living their … Continue reading

KITZ: a bunch of rich glamorous snow-bound kids in a Reality TV series that you will either love ….or hate.

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  All those Reality TV shows that are all sparkle and no substance have so much to answer for.  Now German TV has jumped into the act with a scripted drama series called KITZ set in the real-life Austrian ski resort town of Kitzbühel,   It is all about sex on the ski slopes: gay, straight  … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden reviews BOY MEETS BOY

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Warning: This film contains penetration of social bubbles, unsanitized hands, and explicit bare facing. It is for fantasy purposes only. In Daniel Sanchez Lopez’s Boy Meets Boy two gay men meet each other on the dancefloor in Berlin after 24 hours of clubbing. At first, it’s the hazy intimacy of drugs that brings them together … Continue reading

No Hard Feelings : a queer story of race, belonging and love

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  When Iranian/German filmmaker Faraz Shariat was 19 years old he imported a  security detacher from China and used it to take off the security tags from clothes in department stores. In time he got caught shoplifting and was sentenced to community service which he did by becoming a translator in a refugee shelter.  That was … Continue reading

Viktor and Viktoria : the 1933 classic German film re-released

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  Hollywood has always had the habit of taking a successful European movie and ‘Americanizing’ them,  often with very questionable results.  In this movie’s case they were last in line as at the same time  Reinhold Schünzel  was directing Viktor und Viktoria in Germany in 1933, he was also shot a French-language version of the … Continue reading

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