Reviews tagged as Gay

Stories about gay male lives and men of interest to gay men as well as films directed by or starring gay men

Out of Iraq 3

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
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
Mysterious Skin

Mysterious Skin
★★★

Review by PATP Admin
Mysterious Skin, based on the Scott Heim novel, tells the story of two young men, haunted by events in their past. Neil (Joseph Gordan Levitt) and Brian (Brady Corbet) both deal with… More
Weekend

Weekend
★★★★★

Review by PATP Admin
After a house party, with his straight friends, Russell (Tom Cullen) heads out alone, to a local gay bar. Just before closing time, he meets Glen (Chris New), an art student. The… More
Milk

Milk
★★★★★

Review by PATP Admin
Harvey Milk (Sean Penn) sits alone, at his kitchen table, microphone in hand, tape recorder rolling, “to be played only in the event of my death by assassination.” Milk is the story… More
Dallas Buyers Club

Dallas Buyers Club
★★★

Review by PATP Admin
Matthew McConaughey won Best Actor at the 2014 Academy Awards for his portrayal of Ron Woodroof, a carefree hustler whose life is turned upside down when he is diagnosed with HIV. The… More
We Were Here

We Were Here
★★★★

Review by PATP Admin
A compelling documentary, We Were Here, explores the “Gay Plague” – the AIDS epidemic, of the early 1980’s in San Francisco, USA. The simplicity of the film’s aesthetic adds to its poignancy,… More