Paul Humfress & Derek Jarman – Sebastiane (1976)

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In Sebastiane (1976), British writers/directors Derek Jarman and Paul Humfress created a remarkably authentic historical film, and a landmark of gay cinema, about the martyred fourth century Roman soldier, who was later both canonized as Saint Sebastian and revered as an enduring gay icon. The film strikingly balances a cinéma vérité depiction of the everyday life of common soldiers, in a remote desert outpost of the Roman Empire, and a visionary exploration of one man’s defiant growth in faith, even as it subtly questions the nature of that experience.

Also includes interview with Derek Jarman.




http://nitroflare.com/view/F8821305BAB65B7/Sebastiane.avi
http://nitroflare.com/view/EDE6BC838F34B7B/Jarman_interview.avi

http://rapidgator.net/file/643cb07c19bccef6063d4990eee5c49c/Sebastiane.avi.html
https://rapidgator.net/file/8b6541204119825bfe7c1d4db44a8c82/Jarman_interview.avi.html

Language:Latin
Subtitles:English

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