THE LETTER MAN possibly the best true queer WW2 romance ever to reach the screen

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  THE LETTER MEN is based on the real love letters written by Gordon Bowsher to his sweetheart, Gilbert Bradley. Their love letters were exchanged throughout World War II, between the years of 1938 and 1941, but were not uncovered until 2017. The two men met in Devon in the UK in 1938, only to … Continue reading

José Mayorga reviews 8 Years a story of the quest for true love

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    LIFE IS A JOURNEY, BUT LOVE AND FEAR ARE JOURNEYS ALSO. La Palma Island belongs to the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife,  in northernmost Spain’s Canary Islands and it is also known as “La isla bonita” (the beautiful island).  Almost a year ago, an eruption at the Cumbre Vieja volcanic ridge lasted … Continue reading

Connor Delves talks about STARCROSSED a very sexy queer take on the world’s most famous love story

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    Connor Delves is about to recreate his role as Mercutio in STARCROSS about Mercutio and Tybalt. Sworn enemies and…fated lovers. In this fresh twist on the world’s most iconic love story, STARCROSSED unveils the intrigue and passion of a forbidden romance forged in strife, stifled by circumstance and silenced by history. In the … Continue reading

LOVE SONGS @ Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris

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    If you are heading off to France to celebrate President Macron’s re-election, then Queerguru’s Paris Correspondent Richard Gilles says to be sure to also check out Love Songs at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie.     Taking Nan Goldin’s The Ballad of Sexual Dependency (1986) as its starting point, Love Songs,  this new, poetically-charged exhibition is … Continue reading

Queerguru’s David Lagachu reviews PRIVATE DESERT a Brazilian queer drama that is about hopelessness and hope at the same time

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  The film opens with the protagonist Daniel (Antonio Saboia), a police officer, jogging in the middle of the night. The scene immediately highlights a sense of him running away from himself and the almost palpable loneliness. In the first half an hour of the film, the strong bond between Daniel and his ex-police officer … Continue reading

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