lunes, 19 de marzo de 2012


Weekend, written, directed and edited by Andrew Haigh, is a gently nuanced, poignant film about an attachment that forms between two strangers who meet one night when neither is looking for love. The worst fate for this film would be if it suffered from an unfounded judgment call. Pigeonholing this film as a boy-meets-boy romance would be a dire mistake, as we rarely see such care given to gay love stories in wide release. The winner of the Audience Award Emerging Visions at SXSW, the Grand Jury Prize for Best Film and Best Actor (Tom Cullen) at the Nashville Film Festival and the Grand Jury Prize for International Feature at OutFest Los Angeles, Weekend is a film that will resonate regardless of sexual orientation, gender or politic.

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