4 Moons (2014)

Unrated   |    |  Drama, Romance

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Four stories of love and disgust between men of different generations facing their conflicts and their fears

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  • Luis Arrieta and Cesar Ramos in 4 Moons (2014)
  • Sebastián Rivera and Gabriel Santoyo in 4 Moons (2014)
  • Cesar Ramos and Gustavo Egelhaaf in 4 Moons (2014)
  • Antonio Velázquez and Hugo Catalán in 4 Moons (2014)
  • Antonio Velázquez in 4 Moons (2014)
  • Antonio Velázquez and Hugo Catalán in 4 Moons (2014)

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14 July 2015 | ekeby
| Interesting for sure
And interesting that (as of this writing) the one negative review here is from a Mexican who calls it the worst gay movie ever. He couldn't be more wrong. If you're reading this, reviewer, take a look at my reviews to find a selection of truly cringe-making gay movies. Try watching Regarding Billy, for example. Betcha can't make it all the way through.

Nevertheless, I think I know why someone from Mexico found this movie trite and a yawn. If you compare it to a Mexican movie like Y Tu Mama Tambien, yes, this is nowhere near that level. But it is competent, and it held my interest. Yes, it covers no new ground, but what is covered is done so in an interesting way.

Another reviewer points out how American this depiction of Mexico looks. Having lived in Mexico I would agree that most if not all of these homes would have had servants. I suspect the director felt that if servants were seen, European and US audiences would not find the characters as sympathetic. And he'd be right.

This is not a great film, but it is very good. I found nothing in this production to complain about. Well, all right, I didn't care much for the professor character or the actor who portrayed him. But maybe that's because (being in the same age bracket and out since Stonewall) I have little tolerance for closet cases--real or fictional--who have had their cake and now want to eat it.

There is a telenovista element to the story lines, but I think that's intentional. A scene where a mother's dry recitation to her son of a telenovela plot is very funny-and revealing. Let's face it. Gay life can be a telenovela.

From the Netflix description I too was expecting four short films. And I put off watching for that reason; it's not my favorite genre. But interwoven as they were worked well. I liked it. I think most American gay men will too.

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