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Un Chant D'Amour

The only film by novelist and playwright Jean Genet which is a poetic and physical visual of homosexual desire set in a French prison. It features a new music score by Simon Fisher Turner. Silent.

Year: 1950
Genre: Queer Cinema, Short Film Festival, Ed's Favourites
Country: France
Director: Jean Genet
Duration: 25 Minutes
Rating: R16
6.1/10
Location in store: Short Film Festival
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