Actors: Shayne Gray, Thang Chan, Rachel Zan Huss
Director: Ira Sachs
From Gay Essential
The Delta is the story of a teenager in Memphis, his struggle to understand and come to terms with his sexuality, and his brief but powerful affair with a Vietnamese immigrant. The film was written and directed by Ira Sachs in 1996, and stars Shayne Gray and Thang Chan. Read More Here
“No less striking than Gus Van Sant’s debut Mala Noche, this low-budget first feature by the assistant director of Longtime Companion offers a completely fresh perspective on life in Memphis, Tennessee.”
“A study of the impingement of raucously contemporary issues on a traditional setting, here, Memphis, Tennesse, Sachs’s hometown.”
— Dennis Grunes
“Sachs has created in The Delta an achingly poignant portrait of alienation and longing so evocative that it is poetic in its impact.”
— LA Times
- Language: English
- Subtitles: German
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9 – 1.77:1
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