Actors: Jules Houplain, Bérenger Anceaux, Patrick Timsit
Director: Didier Bivel
From Gay Essential
Released in 2016, Hidden Kisses (Baisers cachés) takes the viewer into a world monopolized by homophobic people whose vitriol and downplayed hatred might not seem representative of today’s society. But the film’s strong suit is precisely its ability to spur empathy for those who suffer from the damaging and long-lasting effects of bigotry. Directed by Didier Bivel the motion picture stars Jules Houplain, Bérenger Anceaux and Patrick Timsit. Read More Here.
“A heartfelt look at the effects of homophobia on two young men.”
— Big Gay Picture Show
“Directed by Didier Bivel and written by Jérôme Larcher, this movie was originally broadcast on French television, FR2, on May 17th, which is International Day Against Homophobia, or what’s known as IDAHO.”
— The M Report
“The drama film is an essential and riveting reminder of the devastating effects of deep-rooted bigotry, as well as a heartfelt, tear-jerking tribute to those who deal with abuse in their own home and from society as a whole.”
— Alexander Ryll, Gay Essential
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