Foreign gay cinema demands attention. Unlike our rare disco balls gathering popularity along their way into Hollywood , these movies are more erotic and honest than their English counterparts. Outside the English-speaking world are gay films that take leaps in genre-variation and eroticism. And, yes, there are shirtless men. For those looking for cute, but artsier. In a French thriller that blends eroticism with violence, Franck Pierre Deladonchamps visits a naturist beach, but the woods nearby are home to a love affair and a dead body.
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The revolutionary initiative has expanded access to the best of international cinema to viewers across the country, some of whom may otherwise not have had the chance to see these gems and can now rent them from any participating theaters. The list below takes you around the world via 23 new titles with stories representing 16 countries from four continents, including award-winners at festivals like Cannes, Sundance, Venice, and SXSW. These highlights feature a variety of genres, a mix of emerging and established filmmakers, and above all, a tapestry of human experiences that can help us feel connected in the midst of uncertainty. Yoav Oded Leopold and Dan Udi Persi , a well-off gay couple in Tel Aviv, find themselves at a crossroads in their long-standing union because the former is vehemently against having children. Australian writer-director Josephine Mackerras introduces us to Alice Emilie Piponnier , a French mother and wife who, in a matter of days, goes from a conventional and seemingly comfortable existence to working as a high-end escort in order to save her home. In a star-making role, Piponnier traverses a wide range of layered emotions that make Alice deeply endearing and relatable. Watch via Virtual Cinema.
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Since quite a few people seem to use this list for reference, I'm revamping and upgrading it into two halves. It's got a long way to go so bear with me. I'm only listing films with a recognizable LGBT angle, not exploitative ones or those where it's a matter of interpretation for instance, Hitchcock's "Rope" can only be interpreted as gay-themed if one knows the real-life case by which it was inspired - and in "Spartacus", you got to catch on to what oysters are supposed to mean.