6:50 PM 13th November 2018 Queen's Film Theatre

Félix Maritaud pulls out the stops as a gay sex worker diving for a deeper connection in Camille Vidal-Naquet’s fulsomely passionate and explicit feature debut.

Leo is a 22-year-old rent boy who yearns for affection. In poor health and with no fixed address, he finds fleeting solace in the arms of the men he meets through his work. The solitude of Leo’s life is eased when he falls for fellow hustler Ahd. But when his romantic feelings are violently rebuffed, Leo begins to spiral, questioning if he will ever find the love he so desperately craves.

Premiering at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, Camille Vidal-Naquet’s arresting debut is also one of quiet introspection and disarming fragility. 
Félix Maritaud brings an unexpected compassion to the screen with a raw and vulnerable central performance that is nothing short of devastating.
Contains strong sexual imagery and sexual violence

‘Raw, uncompromising and yet strangely romantic.’ Hollywood Reporter

Dir: Camille Vidal-Naquet, 98min, France 2018, 18+