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 ... See full synopsis »
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Over the course of one night, a newly out-of -the-closet young man struggles to hold back his feelings for his straight best friend while dealing with the problems and complications of being different in a hetero-normative world.
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 »
let me briefly tell all of you, that I loved that film. You'll love it,too. I, as a cineast, have always been wondering why gay issued-films became so incredibly boring. Watching "Solange Du hier bist", i found an answer: Because they don't face reality and suffocated in sort of post 80ies trial of breaking taboos, that are not longer existent. Or they obviously just try to tear the money out of the audiences pockets with offering cheap and "pseudo-sexy" stories. "Solange Du hier bist!" doesn't either do the first nor the second. This film seems to have broken a new taboo, confronting the (gay) audience with (their) absolute and personal reality! Honest, brutal, courageous, empathetic!I am sure that might be disturbing for some, but it's a revolution in a way... This film shows individual life, and suddenly puts the word -cinema- above the brand -gay movies-. Congrats...
TO Stampa Rosa: Don't worry about Torino. Maybe you'll win next time!
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