Eclectica 158 - Sweet Country + You Were Never Really Here

May 09, 2018, 02:35 PM

*The Best 1980s Sci-Fi Junk Never *

Sandwiching two slices of groundbreaking queer cinema in between the bread of gritty revenge drama, this week's show truly has something for everyone. 

Maybe he's just able to relate to the parched atmosphere, but Graham is very taken with Warwick Thornton's outback western "Sweet Country", while Aidan is keen to make a song and dance about Sebastian Lelio's "A Fantastic Woman".

We then have two milestones as Sarah covers the first mainstream LGBT teen film - Greg Berlanti's "Love, Simon", after which Rob rounds off our B-Sides show with "You Were Never Really Here" - a new film by Lynne Ramsay that we've had to wait for, for quite a while.

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