And look at the two of us
With everything we see
I never want anything
You buy whatever I need
But look at my hopes
Look at my dreams
The currency we spent
I love you
You pay my rent
I love you, you pay my rent
FRANZ: But... don’t the others hate me?
EVA: What are you, stupid? Haven’t you realized it’s all in your imagination, you mega-dork?
FRANZ: But... I hate myself.
MEIZE: One who truly hates himself, he cannot love. He cannot place his trust in another.
FRANZ: I’m a coward. I’m cowardly, sneaky, and weak.
BAST: No. Only if you think you are. But if you know yourself, you can take care of yourself.
FRANZ: I hate myself. But... maybe I could love…
randomly opened MUBI because i forgot to cancel my subscription for the upteenth time and i don't know if i was 100% sure what i wanted to watch but this was the first thing that popped up after i logged in so i decided to give it a watch and i am glad that i did because i think this is a very interesting film. my friend David described it as "Uncut Gems for suicidal Grindr users" in his review…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I’m a trans man. I guess I don’t really talk about this that much on Letterboxd dot com because to be honest it doesn’t speak that much to my views on film - or at the very least the views on film that I specifically put in my reviews. As a trans man, i.e. somebody affected by general anti-trans sentiment, but not specifically by transmisogyny (hatred against trans women/transfeminine people), I will be the first to admit that almost everything…