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Boys on Film 4: Protect Me From What I Want
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1. Steam – Dir. Eldar Rapaport
2. Protect Me From What I Want – Dir. Dominic Leclerc
3. Heiko – Dir. David Bonneville
4. Breath – Dir. Margien Rogaar
5. Postmortem – Dir. Eldar Rapaport
6. My Name Is Love – Dir. David Färdmar
7. Wrestling – Dir. Grimur Hakonarson
8. Vandals – Dir. Simon Steuri
9. Trevor – Dir. Peggy Rajski
Moving between anxiety, reflection and fear, two strangers try to make sense of their predicament…stuck in a steam room. Heat increasing, they need to get out but can’t find the door. What is this place and how did they get here?
Protect Me from What I Want (2009)
Daz is looking for love. Saleem is looking for sex. Cruising at an underground archway, these two worlds collide. Back at Daz’ bedsit, Saleem embarks on a dangerous, thrilling sexual adventure. Both characters disparate worlds overlap and collide to tell a tale of loneliness and longing in a city late at night.
On a trip to the lake, 12yo Erik feels deeply attracted to the father of his friend Sophie, and hatches a plan to express the extent of his love.
Romanticized as a fruit of desire and imagination, Postmortem plays out as a fleeting moment between two men who briefly reunite to reminisce and unload.
Love and Sebastian meet each other by a coincidence on a hot Swedish summer night. They happen to share the same secret, but their encounter is going to cause severe consequences for both of them.
Denni and Einar both practice the sport of Icelandic wrestling, which allows them to escape their daily routine, to express their true selves. Yet little do the wrestling spectators know, the men harbour a secret passion for each other.
The difficult balancing of two young graffiti artists trying to live their love without betraying what is closest to their heart: painting.
Trevor is a film that deals with the very real issue of one’s self worth in the eyes of the people that matter in your life. It takes a sensitive yet blunt approach to suicide. It deals with a young boy’s thoughts about his sexuality at a very important stage of his life. There s a little bit of Trevor in all of us. With a soundtrack featuring a bevy of songs from Diana Ross, Trevor is an uplifting and fulfilling cinematic experience.
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