The Man I Love (1997)

The Man I Love (1997)
 

Director Stéphane Giusti

Writer Stéphane Giusti

Genre Drama, Romance, Sport

Year 1997

Actors Jean-Michel Portal, Marcial Di Fonzo Bo, Mathilde Seigner, Vittoria Scognamiglio

IMDB : 7.0 (1,399 votes)


 

Description This is a combination coming out and first love story. The swimmer and diver Lucard is interested in attractive Martin. The film follows the characters' coming out with all its difficulties, the bitter-sweet pleasures of first love and the dreadful moment when one comes down to reality and realizes that one's beloved friend has a hard way to go yet. The positive message the film tries to transmit is the somewhat common motto "Live each day of your life as if it were your last."

Comments

  • Dillo Bear 2017-02-15 06:21:38
    Shit Film. Don't try and Change a straight guy.
  • Mark David Antonio 2014-06-28 17:13:02
    this movie punches you right strait at the heart of things. life is a journey - and at the end, what matters most is that we loved at all(kenny ranking's song there)...i thought i was going to bawl out, but in the end, realised that despite the ending, which we all knew was coming, if you saw the movie, had that positive note that LOVE always transcends the sadness and the tragedies that surround us. 
  • 1javixD 2011-04-10 20:29:52
    @julianS86 look for it on you tube. thats where i found it but i lost it......
  • Sttubbs 2010-07-16 03:30:09
    If only I were strong enough to try to convert someone.

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