Eastern Boys is a provocative French drama about an encounter between an older man and a young male immigrant who spends his days at the Gare du Nord train station, seemingly working as a prostitute. After the two men agree to meet, the older man soon discovers he has actually been lulled into a trap.
Lejos de ser nostálgica, 120 BPM deja una sentimiento de alivio al terminar de ver esa cinta estando agradecido, que lo que acaba de ver, no es la presente realidad, sino un homenaje a todas las vidas perdidas por una enfermedad que robo potencial pero creó una revolución, que hasta esta fecha, sigue pulsando minuto a minuto a través de nuevas generaciones al no dejar que la ignorancia y silencio ganen de nuevo.
BPM (Beats Per Minute) is a fiercely angry and impassioned work of political cinema that is vibrant, sometimes hilarious and frequently tearjerking – and most importantly, it is unapologetically queer in a way so few films on the AIDS crisis allow themselves to be. This is a film squarely focused on documenting a moment in history for gay audiences, offering concessions to straight viewers only in the sense that it offers them a chance to showcase basic empathy and be moved by a story that deals with a culture they won’t be able to relate to.