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NYC LGBT Film Festival: “The Way He Looks” & “Gerontophilia”

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TUESDAY 29

 

The Way He Looks

 

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Set to the bouncy beats of Belle and Sebastian, The Way He Looks—a sensation at the 2014 Berlin Film Festival, where it won a Teddy Award and FIPRESCI prize—dances entirely to its own tune. Stuck fending off bullies and over-protective parents, Leonardo spends his days allowing his best friend Giovana to drag him around town. Being blind has always been an inconvenience for Leonardo, but his angsty adolescence gets a lift when the handsome and smooth-talking Gabriel turns down numerous offers from ogling girls to hang with Leonardo after school. The longer they spend together, the more apparent their shared attraction becomes—not just to them but to a spurned Giovana as well. As social pressure mounts on both to fit within their confined social boxes, the two must decide whether to ignore their feelings or to throw caution to the wind and admit that they might actually be falling in love. 

 

Walter Reade Theater, 165 W 65th St at Broadway, 212- 875-5600, 4:30pm, $14.50

 

Gerontophilia

 

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Lake refuses to feel shame about his unquenchable appetite for older men. The handsome teen defiantly signs up as an orderly at a local nursing home and quickly falls for Mr. Peabody, a charming, flirtatious soul with one last wish. Forget everything you know about filmmaker Bruce LaBruce… Gerontophilia is easily his most romantic work to date. He dares us to look beyond fetish to embrace the beauty of all stages of life.

 

Walter Reade Theater, 165 W 65th St at Broadway, 212- 875-5600, 7pm, $46.50

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