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Weekend

Dirigida por Andrew Haigh
Reino Unido, 2011
Romántico, Drama, LGBT+

Sinopsis

Un Viernes en la noche después de salir con sus amigos heterosexuales, Russell llega solo a un bar gay. Platica con Glen y ese fin de semana, en bares y en baños se emborrachan y se drogan contando historias y teniendo sexo. Así los dos hombres se llegan a conocer.

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Weekend Dirigida por Andrew Haigh

FESTIVALES Y PREMIOS

International Film Festival Rotterdam

2012 | Ganador: MovieZone Award

SXSW Film Festival

2011 | Ganador: Audience Award (Emerging Visions)

Village Voice Film Poll

2011 | Nominado: Best Screenplay

Reseñas críticas

Knowing that intelligent audiences will ultimately respond to specificity rather than generics, Haigh actually created the crossover movie about same-sex relationships we all (should) have been waiting for. Defiant yet never strident, Weekend can’t help but be a political film, yet it comes at its social progressivism simply by being true to itself.
August 27, 2012
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As a one-night stand turns into something more, the film captures a truth most others only imply: to meet someone new, not least a potential partner, is also to rethink who you are, an invitation to shape and refine the self you wish to be. As one of the protagonists puts it: "You become this blank canvas.
August 21, 2012
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Every moment advances the push and pull between Russell and Glen, which represents the classic argument between two closet romantics who repress that romanticism in differing fashions. Weekend is a study of the minute physical specifics of an instant attraction that, by the end of the film, has probably blossomed into a love that might trigger two personal reckonings.
August 21, 2012
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