Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews ‘Woman Of (Korbieta Z) the life and transition of a small-town Polish trans-woman

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      Woman Of (Korbieta Z) is a powerful, heartfelt feature drama detailing the life and transition of a small-town Polish trans-woman, Andrzej Wesoly to Aniela Wesoly. Spanning over four decades from 1980 to 2023, the latest feature film from Polish directors Małgorzata Szumowska and Michal Englert screens this Saturday 23rd March at the … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews NORWEGIAN DREAM a multi-layered, tough yet tender, coming-of-age story

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  Norwegian Dream is a dark, atmospheric drama that takes a deep dive into how our social and economic living conditions affect our ability to live our truest lives. Robert (the chiseled, super handsome Hubert Milkowski) is a 19-year-old Polish migrant-worker, living in a remote coastal area of Norway and working in a salmon processing … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Jose Mayorga reviews ELEPHANT a Polish intimate story about choosing freedom above family obligations.

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  Polish landscape and rural life are beautifully shot in this fictional drama that portrays families living rooted in tradition and discomfort,  no doubt the effects of the last strong Soviet influence on Poland still project its shadow in the lives of the older ones in the small village. We are introduced to young Bartek … Continue reading

Queerguru reviews QUEEN new totally delightful & unmissable Polish family drama on Netflix

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  Kudos to Netflix for commissioning this original heartfelt Polish family drama series which as its title hints has a glorious queer theme . The elegant and well-turned-out Sylvester Bork (Andrzej Seweryn) has three passions in life. His very successful Tailors shop in Paris that he is about to retire from for a new life … Continue reading

Queerguru’s David Lagachu reviews ALL OUR FEARS that dares to hold religion accountable for suppressing the voice of the queer community

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  At the heart of All Our Fears is spirituality. The protagonist Daniel (Dawid Ogrodnik) is an artist, farmer, and most importantly a queer young man. He literally wears his queerness on his sleeves as his jacket proudly displays the rainbow colors. For the people of his village, he is a Satan-like figure who lures … Continue reading

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