Sebastian, a young male prostitute, is one of Georgs few remaining chances to break through his hermit-like everyday life in exchange for a few fleeting moments of being together with ...
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Sebastian, a young male prostitute, is one of Georgs few remaining chances to break through his hermit-like everyday life in exchange for a few fleeting moments of being together with someone at least for a few hours... See full synopsis »
Addictive films deserve objectivity (Ms. Rosa Stampa)
I saw that film even before Ms. Stampa Rosa. Not just in Locarno, where i attended its world premier, no, where ever I've been able to watch it, i couldn't wait seeing it.
And every time i am anew impressed by the beautiful images, by it's impressing tenderness and the sensitive and sensitively told story! I don't perceive it as a gay movie- IT IS MORE! of course, on its surface, it deals with a gay subject, but develops into a incredibly touching portrait of life in general and a fascinating and precise portrait of an old man, as well! Non moralist and open minded! And definitely non of these "gay soft-porn"
To Ms "Stampa Rosa": And now, i am proud to be able to tell you, that i saw it around 4 times internationally and have never been bored at all. I am not sure what you expect from film, but this film has everything a young film should have. It offers a courageous insight into the reality of a living being, into a part of society, younger people like to push aside. THIS, Ms "Stampa Rosa" is a film which gives you 150% back of what it's promising. Your generalization is annoying! One advice: Watch more German Films, (whatch more films in general), and read more press articles (as i am working for Press as well, I know that what you say is definitely NOT TRUE!!! (you should read the international articles about the film as well.) You'll find out that you belong to a minority with your opinion. The awards this film has already won, should say you the same.
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