Paris 05:59: Théo & Hugo
Théo and Hugo meet in a sex club, recognize each other, become entangled in a passionate embrace. Once the desire and elation of this first moment has passed, the two young men, now sober, wander through the empty streets of nocturnal Paris, having to confront the love they sense blossoming between them. Ducastel and Martineau's most ambitious film to date and a candid insight into 21st century gay life.
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★★★½ review by Sergi on Letterboxd
The first 20 minutes are insane,
the rest is irregular but the highlights are worthwhile.
★★★★½ review by franki_xcx on Letterboxd
This was a LOT. A lot more than what I was expecting. In every way. I loved it so much, and just so beautiful and empathetic ugh I promise I'm okay I just need a minute!
★★★★ review by Jeffrey McCrann on Letterboxd
skinny white gays have things easy, but i'd stan for a movie that was just gay people going to target and buying q-tips, so i guess this is a good movie. why not.
★★★★½ review by Bintang Lestada on Letterboxd
NO I AM NOT CRYING
★★★★ review by kurt k on Letterboxd
i haven't actually rewatched this, i just wanted to say that this movie was ROBBED of the best original score nom
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