Francis Lee | United Kingdom | 2017 | 105 min. | O.V. English with Spanish subtitles

Although Brokeback Mountain is the inevitable comparison, the award winning God’s Own Country (Best Director Award at Sundance and Best Film at Edinburgh, among others) goes a step further: it is no longer necessary to tackle untouchable bastions of masculinity such as cowboys, or fall back on tragic drama, but it is to talk about loving relationships in difficult areas. Like the farm in grey, muddy Yorkshire where Johnny Saxby works. He drinks heavily and lets off steam with random sexual encounters. A young Rumanian migrant comes to work there and things will change in more than one way for Johnny.
Direction: Francis Lee
Script: Francis Lee
Cinematography: Joshua James Richards
Editing: Chris Wyatt
Sound: Anna Bertmark
Cast: Josh O’Connor, Alec Secareanu, Gemma Jones, Ian Hart
Production: Manon Ardisson y Jack Tarling

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