Bruce LaBruce
Fiction : 101' / Gay, Identity, Family, Trauma

Canada, 1972. 22-year-old Dominic has a fetish... for himself. Nothing turns him on more than his own reflection and he spends much of his time taking Polaroid selfies. When his loving grandmother dies, he discovers a deep family secret: his lesbian mother didn’t die in childbirth, like he has been told, and he has a twin brother who was raised by a depraved priest in a remote monastery.


September 25 | 16h00 | Cinema São Jorge - Sala Manoel de Oliveira

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Year: 2020

Country: Canada

Language: English

Subtitles: English, Portuguese

With: Felix-Antoine Duval, Tania Kontoyanni, Alexandra Petrachuk, Andrew Andreas Apergis

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Bruce LaBruce


Bruce LaBruce is an internationally acclaimed filmmaker, photographer, writer, and artist. Along with several short films, he has written and directed eleven feature films. As a visual artist he is represented by Peres Projects in Berlin and has exhibited in numerous gallery shows around the world. He lives in Toronto.



2020 - Tom of Finland’s “Service Station” (Short Film)
2020 - Saint-Narcisse (Feature Film)
2019 - Homage to Blow Job (Short Film)
2018 - Valentin, Pierre & Catalina (Short Film)
2018 - Scotch Egg (Short Film)
2018 - It's not the Pornographer that is Perverse... (Feature Film)
2017 - Refugee’s Welcome (Short Film)
2017 - The Misandrists (Feature Film)
2017 - Ulrike’s Brain (Feature Film)
2014 - Pierrot Lunaire (Feature Film)

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