Skrevet af Queer Film Klub
Special night!! 3 movies!!
1 beautiful documentary about a queer utopia (it's real)
+ 1 controversial sex-documentary about trans-men
+ 1 funny film about a straight family going to hell
= 3 movies in one night = you will be happy
19.00: IDYLL DANDY ACRES (2011)
Idyll Dandy Acres is a radical queer community in rural Tennessee. The residents and guests build houses, farm vegetables, nurture community, and form a culture guided by principles of personal autonomy and sustainability.
Situated in the heart of the bible belt, the area's extended 'gayborhood' was started by gay males in the '80s. Since then, people of all genders and sexualities have moved to the area. Their quiet activism potently illustrates that example can be more powerful than ideology.
Beautiful, very poetic, little documentary. Be on time so you don't miss this!!
Running time: 23 minutes. English speech. No subtitles.
19.45: ENOUGH MAN (2006)
Enough Man is a documentary by filmmaker Luke Woodward which explores sex, sexuality, body image, and relationships from the perspective of nine FTM transmen. It has been both criticized and praised for its explicit depictions of sex and has often been referred to as the intersection of documentary and pornography.
Let's listen to trans-masculine voices for 60 minutes.
Running time: 60 minutes. English speech. No subtitles.
21.00: POLYESTER (1981)
A suburban housewife's world falls apart when she finds that her pornographer husband is serially unfaithful to her, her daughter is pregnant, and her son is suspected of being the foot-fetishist who's been breaking local women's feet.
One of John Waters' more easy-to-watch movies. Extremely funny. Wonderful ridicule of the nuclear family. Divine is divine!
Running time: 86 minutes. English speech. English subtitles.
- Movies start on time.
- Not barrier-free (a few stairs). Sorry.
- Free entry.
- Everybody welcome (no kids).