Movies Worth Watching This Weekend
October 22, 2011 by staff
Movies Worth Watching This Weekend, Contemporary without being modern, “Weekend” cards in a two-day affair that begins as a casual connection club Friday night and ends with bittersweet nostalgia, Sunday afternoon.
Located in the English city of Nottingham, the low profile “Weekend” is marked for a matter of fact hmosxl sensibility even as it demonstrates the common ground of how difficult it is for anyone to find a true relationship in a society where informal sex, drugs and partying are the norm.
Written, edited and directed by Andrew Haigh, “Weekend” focuses on 20-something Russell (Tom Cullen), a jacket with a beard who is open about his homo – sexuality with their friends, but naturally reserved.
After drinking too much in a club, hooks up with Glen Russell (Chris New), also bearded, shorter and more aggressive.
In bed the next morning, Glen Russell asked to speak in his mini-recorder of what happened – he’s an artist and this is his latest project.
As they talk, eat breakfast, have sex and drugs, the two gradually begin to reveal their emotional self, when Glen Russell tells his big secret: It will work on Sunday for a two-year teaching in Portland, Oregon
While sometimes incomprehensible act because of their accent, “Weekend” never nailed or revealing in his study of two types that are pleasantly surprised – if not surprised – to suddenly be-Sottas. But honesty has the ring of universal truth.
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