Otra pelicula de amor
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This makes it difficult for Diego to reveal his true feelings. He is not really shy (he is open with all other characters in the film). However, he was raised by an alcoholic mother, who, during the opening scenes has obvious boundary issues as she is way too physical with Sebastian and constantly talking about sex.It was not clear if Diego’s response to seeing this was jealousy or anger at his mother that he clearly displays throughout the film. Diego at times was very withdrawn and he has the typical rage behavior of a sexually abused victim but the script and direction does not pursue incest. In any case, this scene is very creepy as is the scene where Sebastian and Diego are on the bed when the camera (hand-held real bad at the beginning of the film), graphically shows Diego looking closely at Santiago’s hairy body. Titillation is used throughout this film.
Later, when the guys invite the girl into the cabin she also starts talking about sex and when Sebastian and her start to make out, although Diego begins to take pictures, again, as in the first scene with Sebastian and Diego’s mother, it is not clear if disgusted, jealous or reacting out of plain rage as he snaps and ends up drunk. Being raised in an alcoholic environment he is used to suppressing his emotions and then acting out.Read more ›
Not rated. Running Time: One hour, 43 mins.
Directed, Produced, written, edited and casted by Edwin Oyarce.
Diego (Benjamin Prati) is a young photographer. One day, he meets Sebastian (Aquiles Poblete) again, whom he knew in his childhood. He was picking up some garbage and staying at his father's old house for the summer. For Sebastian and Diego, it is like old times again. They lay on the floor and talk like they use to. Sebastian reveals he lives with his mother in Antofagasta.
Diego invites him to his mother's house for a vacation. There, they drink and sleep and go places to spend time alone with each other. Diego takes photos of Sebastian. But when Sebastian falls asleep, Diego looks at him and touches him. He doesn't wake up. Another time, they are so tired, they sleep together and when Sebastian moves his arm across Diego, he likes it.
As Sebastian confides something personal to Diego, Diego just acts straight and doesn't want to reveal anything about himself. He can't open himself up to him. We find out why. But is it too late?
Also in the cast: Beba Koenig-Robert, Matilde Plaza, Eyal Meyer, Gabriela Salazar, Paula Bravo.
Filmed in Santiago, Chile.
Language in Spanish. Subtitles in English (yellow).
Well filmed movie from Chile, but I became unhappy with the story by Diego's anger with Sebastian and then bringing in the character of Gabriela. Once again, they make a movie with an unsatisfactory ending. Big mistake the director made by not letting us know what was written in the letter. Just once I would like a gay movie with a happy ending. Only a part 2 could make me feel better.
Good acting from Aquiles Poblete.
One more note. The subtitle translation was appalling. Clearly done by someone who speaks Spanish but not English.
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