Reviews

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A Moment in the Reeds
★★★★

Review by PATP Admin
Synopsis: After finishing University for the summer, Leevi returns home to Finland to help his father renovate their lake house. An extra pair of hands is needed for the job,… More
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Beautiful Strangers with Jon Larkin
★★★★

Review by PATP Admin
Finding the homoeroticism in horror films is nothing new. Ever since Nosferatu invited Thomas Hutter into his home with a flourish of his built-for-voguing arms and seduced him with wine… More
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Out of Iraq
★★★★

Review by PATP Admin
Out Of Iraq: (18) Monday 21 August: 6.30pm : Picturehouse@FACT Directed by: Chris McKim & Eva Orner One of the most important LGBT+ documentary films of the year, Out of… More
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Cross Road
★★★★★

Review by PATP Admin
Cross Road is Liverpool Pride’s nomination for Iris Prize 2016 Best of British Short Film Award chosen by our jury and screened during our Short Film Night in June. This… More
Pariah

Pariah
★★★★

Review by PATP Admin
An excellent film that looks at life as a closeted African-American teenager who yearns to live her life without the constraints of her religious family background. It opens with a… More
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Reaching For The Moon
★★★★

Review by PATP Admin
The film is a beautiful-looking exploration of the real-life love affair between American poet Elizabeth Bishop and Brazilian architect Lota de Macedo Soares. The two women take an instant dislike on… More
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Desert Hearts
★★★★★

Review by PATP Admin
Probably the best known lesbian film ever made, Desert Hearts caused a storm on release in the 1980’s for daring to show a lesbian relationship where no one got punished… More
A Single Man

A Single Man
★★★★★

Review by PATP Admin
Tom Ford’s A Single Man visualises perfectly the classic Christopher Isherwood novel of the same name. George, an English professor, played by Colin Firth, is unable, or unwilling, to cope with the banalities… More