PASSING STRANGERS

Arthur Bressan, Jr., USA, 1974, AGFA, Arthouse

"The joyful revelation of what must be the very finest personal and artistic success in the history of gay erotic cinema." - Lee Atwell, Gay Sunshine

One of cinema's first coming out stories, this debut feature from pioneering gay filmmaker Arthur J. Bressan, Jr. (FORBIDDEN LETTERS, BUDDIES) tells the story of Robert, a young, closeted gay man who finds love, acceptance, and activism through a Berkley Barb ad. Critically acclaimed upon release and long-unavailable since, PASSING STRANGERS is a romantic portrait of the gay liberation era that still resonates today. Newly restored by the Bressan Project from its original film elements.

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Details

  • 76 min.
  • Color & B/W
  • 1.33:1

Formats

  • DCP

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