FOREIGN FILM: Two of Us
Nov 3-6, 2022
There are countless real-life cases in regional towns all over the world of mature male and female couples in communities unaware that what passes for friendship is actually a long-term committed gay relationship. A variation on that scenario forms the heart of Filippo Meneghetti’s terrific debut feature, Two of Us. Driven by a powerhouse, impassioned performance from Barbara Sukowa and one of contrastingly delicate brushstrokes by Martine Chevallier, the drama begins as a gentle love story and then takes a series of unpredictable turns as the clandestine life partners are separated by an unfortunate circumstance. The film transitions from tender romance into penetrating sorrow before taking on notes of mordant humor and unexpected quasi-thriller elements. Beautifully filmed, with an assured grasp of framing as a storytelling tool, this is a quality film that should connect especially with older art house and LGBTQ audiences.
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