In The Grayscale

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Claudio Marcone, 2015, Chile, 101 min; in Spanish with subtitles

Handsome architect Bruno finds himself living alone after a recent separation from his wife. Their problems stem from Bruno’s description of marriage in transitional terms instead of finite. A new monument project for the Chilean capital city of Santiago connects Bruno to history teacher Fer who is gay and out and sees sexuality as either black or white. Fer quickly senses Bruno’s curiosity and helps him explore the possibilities after a few bike trips around the city. Afterward, Fer is frustrated
with Bruno’s inability to define their relationship and his own sexuality, preferring to live in the grayscale.
Preceded by Lazarus Comes Out (Lorenzo Caproni, 2015, Italy, 14 min) Amiable priest Don Valter is challenged when an attractive out man comes to town to portray Lazarus in an annual parish play.
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By: TampaBay International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival

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