Review: Camila Comes Out Tonight

Written and directed by Inés María Barrionuevo, co-written by Andrés Aloi, when her grandmother becomes seriously ill, Camila is forced to move to Buenos Aires, leaving behind a liberal public high school for a scholastic, traditional private institution. Starring: Nina Dziembrowski, Adriana Ferrer, Guillermo Pfening, Carolina Rojas, Federico Sack and Maite Valero.

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Review: Bliss (Glück)

Written and directed by Henrika Kull, in a world where their femininity is considered a commodity, two sex workers fall in love with each other. Together, and yet each on her own, they experience the one moment when happiness seems possible: but their love is threatened by different ideas of life and their own abysses. Starring: Katharina Behrens, Adam Hoya, Nele Kayenberg, Jean-Luc Bubert, Petra Kauner, Bence Máté, Sarah Junghauß and Mandy Schicker.

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