In einigen der 15 beteiligten Kinos mussten sogar Zusatzvorführungen angesetzt werden. für Ihr Vertrauen und die geteilte Leidenschaft für das queere Kino! Auf der Suche nach LGBT-Filmen? Auf ymlp118.com findest du die besten LGBT-Filme nach Beliebtheit, Jahren, Ländern oder FSK sortiert. New Queer Cinema (deutsch „Neues queeres Kino“) bezeichnet eine Strömung von vorwiegend amerikanischen Independentfilmen der frühen er Jahre.
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Die alte Queer Kino gilt noch immer. - InhaltsverzeichnisSeit seiner Premiere in Venedig wurde das Kriegs- und Liebesdrama auf zahlreichen Festivals gefeiert.
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Name required. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Praunheim recognized the danger stemming both from the virus itself and the resurgence in homophobia it led to, envisioning a near-future version of a leper colony.
Collectively written, it stars the director as a bathhouse owner who profits from allowing his gay customers to have unsafe sex while struggling with AIDS and his own homophobia.
The aggressively tilted camera angles set the stage for an overriding mood of activist camp, with recurring appearances by a drag quintet.
Praunheim fought desperately against this possibility. In love with a man who lived in East Berlin, the film was intended as a way to get him out of the country.
An American tourist, Bruce Andy Lucas, who also translated the English subtitles , visits Felix Sigurd Rachman in West Berlin.
They take a trip together to East Berlin, where they meet Thomas Rainer Strecker. Thomas and Felix get along great and quickly become a couple. Felix has the ability to travel east to see him periodically, but the frequency of his visits makes the East German government suspicious.
Thomas seeks a way out of his country, thinking up baroque schemes involving travel to Yugoslavia and finally decides to risk an escape via Prague.
The film has an unusual flavor, possibly looking more experimental than Speck originally intended. The circumstances under which it was made meant that shooting on East Berlin streets had to be done with a hidden Super-8 camera.
Thus, the exteriors have an extremely grainy look. Still, they can only express their love in private apartments. The military garb in which she and her band perform rhymes with a brief fantasy scene of the barracks earlier in the film.
Crucially, the film emphasizes the tenderness between them, as they cuddle and talk for several minutes after sex. Instead, it takes in the world Philipp starts exploring.
In one of the final scenes, an elderly man sits down with Philipp, who is drunk and unhappy. He describes his experience being arrested by the Nazis during World War II and sent to a concentration camp.
Gay men were freer legally in East Germany than the West after World War II, where the Nazi law that criminalized homosexuality stayed on the books until Coming Out was the only gay-themed film produced in East Germany, and it took Carow years to get permission to direct it.
The idealism reflected in that scene is frayed at the edges: there are two episodes beforehand of violence in the subway.