By Jacques Coulardeau. But it will be natural only when you reach the million of out-of-the-closet-tall-walkers. This film is touching at that level, emotionally strong and it really takes a whole village to bring two people together against all the odds that accumulate against them, especially when the two people are of the same sex.
Heavy pressure from the family, the school, the police, and who knows what and whom, even stone throwing and obscene graffiti. Remember me on this computer. They have a past in common, a tremendous level of personal commitment to each other, generally called friendship, and a sexual attraction and even passion they can easily release, provided they get away from their common environment that is a mousetrap to them, viz.
He dreams of kissing the best-looking girl in the school. They are dangerous. But dream in the dream, let the boys be boys and not disguised boys, boys in drag, drag queens of sorts.
Dans chacune de ces émissions, le meilleur ami est gay. Are we finally opening the doors of all our cabinets and letting them come out and live just like anyone else? But the film is fine because it is well done and the subject of the contact between two societies that are so different, the Pakistani or Indian Muslim society in exile in some western country and the western society of this or these countries.
The hormonal need is only one more and other dimension that may come or may not come. The special effects are numerous and all add something to what a stage play would be.
Translation of "your gay best friend" in French. A musical in a theatre is always for a geographical and social elite, whereas a DVD for 3 or 4 euros or pounds is an affordable treat for everyone who understands English in the world and for everyone who speaks one of the languages provided by the subtitles.
I like it because in the end they all manage to accept the real facts, the gayness of Chase and the gayness of the father forced to be straight for 20 years and revealing itself during the vacation with wife and children as witnesses.