Carol (2015)

There’s rarely anything out there that feels as deeply as Carol. Todd Haynes’ achingly sublime, artful evocation of love is a rarefied, nearly-extinct breed of cinema that breathes life into the classically…
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DVD: Boys (2014)

In Mischa Kamp’s understated Boys, the wordless moments speak volumes. A lingering glance across the racetrack, a quiet tug of a drawstring hoodie as a gesture of apology, an idyllic,…
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Lilting (2014)

Few dramas are as gentle and sensitive as Hong Khaou’s immensely moving debut Lilting – a film that, when carelessly calibrated, could easily slide down to mawkish grief porn. Its…
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North Sea Texas (2012)

Pretty but far from compelling, North Sea Texas breaks no new grounds in queer cinema. Instead, it’s an unassuming, quietly told tale of a windswept adolescent romance and the pangs of first love, with an intoxicating cinematography that’s worth enough the admission.
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