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Project Arts Centre presents
Dates: 01 Aug - 01 Aug
Show Time: 4:00pm
By Gaze International Dublin LGBT Film Festival
Family pressures and a crush on an older man have 19 year-old Sasha caught in a bind between two worlds.
His immigrant parents have sacrificed everything for his education and now he’s on track to be accepted into a top conservatory to study piano. The fact that he’s fallen in love with his music teacher – the handsome but seemingly disinterested, Gebhard – makes things really complicated. Plus Sasha is still in the closet, terrified of what his homophobic ex-Yugoslav family will do if they discover that he’s gay.
Things come to an emotional head when Gerbhard tells Sasha he’s leaving town for good, and when Sasha’s best friend, Jiao, who everyone thinks is his girlfriend, starts dating his brother.
Told with plenty of humour and with great compassion for all involved, Sasha mixes angst, lust and prejudice in a powerful and often hilarious film about the complexities of family and acceptance.
German/Serbo Croat with English Subtitles.
Performance Dates, Tickets and Information
1 AUG 2011~ Tickets
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German/Serbo Croat with English Subtitles.
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GERMANY | 2010 | 102:00 | Director: Dennis Todorovic
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