New Queer French Movies with particular visitor Olivier Peyon
After an prolonged break, the Out Takes group is again on the airwaves and in your ears so for our first present again we took a visit to France to have a look at two new movies which can be in cinemas now and spotlight the robust LGBTIQ illustration in French cinema. We have been joined by French director and screenwriter Olivier Peyon who’s newest movie ‘Lie With Me’ is an adaptation of Phillippe Besson’s worldwide finest promoting semi-autobiographical coming of age novel of the identical title, which rose to worldwide prominence following a translation by famous Francophile and actress Molly Ringwald.
We additionally reviewed ‘The Crime Is Mine’, the brand new movie from acclaimed director François Ozon which is his witty and distinctly feminist adaptation of the 1934 play of the identical title. We additionally took a glance again at Ozon’s earlier queer movie ‘Summer time of 85’ and mirrored on the standard of French queer cinema that we’ve come to know and count on.