Often times Queer fiction proved me that centering its subject in its cubicle didn’t seemed to work, whereas films like Brokeback Mountain did work beautifully, even if every film is always representing a community, Weekend comes and proves the complete opposite.
“Weekend” comes and talks about it, shamelessly. And it’s so honest, so sensitive, so romantic.
How they imitate life like this? Some people get amazed and wonder for scenes like in The Hunger Games, I look at this film and I ask, for example, how did they shot this particular sequence (in the bus)? How did they capture that final sequence? Because the majority of the sequences in Weekend are amazing and beautiful.
Tom Cullen and Chris New are the men.