La Leon

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A must-see, La León is the solemn and lusty tale of a lone gay man in the Argentine jungle and his difficulties with a river captain. Shot in stark black-and-white, Santiago Otheguy's film is a landmark of queer cinema.

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Reasons to Buy

  1. A masterpiece of unspoken desires, La León resonates with emotion.
  2. With this world-class film, Santiago Otheguy is a director to watch out for
  3. And not to be cheap, but the nudity and sex are nothing to sneer at.

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  • Director: Santiago Otheguy
  • Writer: Santiago Otheguy
  • Length: 1 hrs. 25 mins.
  • Rating: NR
  • Released: Jan 13 2009
  • Added: Nov 03 2015
  • Production Year: 2007
  • TLA SKU: 1761670
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • UPC Code: 759259141216
  • Catalog #: DV2564592

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Review by Scott Cranin

By: Scott Cranin
In-House Review - Jul 16 2008
Surrounded by water flowing in every direction through the lush jungle, Alvaro (Jorge Román) lives a solitary existence harvesting reeds and fishing. Alvaro is a homosexual. We hesitate to use the term "gay" as there is no subculture here with the lo... Read More

Review by Amos Lassen

By: Amos Lassen
The Parana Delta is a system of wetlands in the north of Argentina where loner Alvaro lives. He is an outsider among insiders because he is gay but his sexuality is really not an issue except for El Turu, the water-taxi captain who both taunts him an... Read More

Review by just a reviewer

By: just a reviewer
I suppose if one has the sensibilities of an upriver, up-jungle Argentinean, this film might be interesting. But, someone like myself----raised in US culture----will likely not find it so. Primarily a work of pastoral, jungle river scenes and littl... Read More
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Review by Bart

By: Bart
Sometimes, some film makers get too artsy for their own good. This is filmed in the dark which makes it stuffy and unappealing. The plot is a "rambler" and one has to try to figure out what the point is. I will trade this one to some unsuspecting ... Read More

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