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Hard Paint explores what makes a true human connection in an era when emotional and sexual gratification can be obtained with a click.
A melancholic look at how the consequences of bullying, the burden of being different, and the artificial construct of internet chats break down social bonds.
Themes of abandonment, loneliness and yearning wash through Hard Paint, a hypnotically intimate character study examining a damaged young gay man's double life as an online sex performer.
With an inevitably bittersweet ending that rings true, Hard Paint is a phenomenal film about being young and queer.
It ends in one of the best shots that Cinema created in 2018. [Full review in Portuguese.]
Hard Paint (Tinta Bruta) deals with heavy topics like social exclusion, suicide, loneliness, abandonment and abuse, but manages to treat each of them with the earnest attention they deserve.
Infused with a sense of yearning and melancholy as vivid as the body paints daubed on the bodies of the boys who dance for money, Hard Paint represents a complex character study and a distinctive voice in queer cinema.
Matzembacher and Reolon perform a deft balancing act, crafting a character study that is empathetic and emotionally engaging yet unflinching and unsentimental, and unapologetically erotic.
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