Borealis Film

Regular Lovers, Phillippe Garrel

In 1968, student rebellions in Paris were reaching their peak. But for François, the revolution only remained as a subject for discussion with his friends, while getting high on opium.

Salò, Pier Paolo Pasolini

Pier Paolo Pasolini´s last, and arguably most controversial film, describes sadism and humiliation in such a unscrupulous manner, that it is still banned in several countries. Before the film´s release, Pasolini was brutally murdered, an incident that by many was regarded as an act of political revenge.

Paris is Burning, Jennie Livingston

The award winning documentary “Paris is Burning” is an exploration of the New York gay black and Hispanic Ball culture in the 1980s. Behind what might initially appear to be superficial club nights, lies a profound protest against the «white rich world», a protest in which music, dance and sexual self-expression come together.

Regular Lovers, Phillippe Garrel / Salò, Pier Paolo Pasolini / Paris is Burning, Jennie Livingston