Juste une question d'amour (Just a Question of Love) (2000)
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Terrific script. It's a very slow movie with lots of stuff going on in the background. A wonderful movie about the simple power of love.
Just a Question of Love (2000) Not just another gay movie. A gay french movie. I don't know why french directors can make movies and succeed where so many American movies fail. This is an interesting and involving tale of love and thanks to the director it does not cross the line into a TV like melodrama. (Even though it was originally broadcast on public TV in France) Very real and interesting. Also this movie well plotted and constructed. I have not seen that many gay movies but some I have seen are so poor in plot and commercially crass. What makes this film work where so many other gay films fail is the substance of the story and the performances. Christian Faure adapted (and then directed) the original story by Annick Larboulette about a closeted gay lad who finds himself and love while at agricultural school in France. The film was originally shown in 2000 on France 2, a publiclyfunded television station. The young guys must choose between love for each other or love of their parents. Or they must reach some median balance. This is a very good film four stars.
I'm a bit biased, since I love gay romance. Still don't know why, coz I hate 'normal' romance (or straight romance I should say, but being a straight female...). Anyway, aside from the fact that the main guy was fugly, it was pretty good, as you can see from the high rating. The romance was believable, can't say much about the acting or anything coz I don't speak French and I don't know what's going on (lol), but I liked it.