Ira Sachs
Fiction : 91' / Relationship, Bisexual, Gay

German filmmaker Tomas impulsively begins a heated love affair with a young schoolteacher, Agathe. For Tomas, the novelty of being with a woman is an exciting experience to explore, but when his long-suffering husband Martin begins his own affair, Tomas finds his attentions turned back to his marriage, and his jealousy ignited.


September 29 | 22h00 | Cinema São Jorge - Sala Manoel de Oliveira Buy Tickets
Special Screenings

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Year: 2023

Country: France

Language: english and french

Subtitles: portuguese and english

With: Franz Rogowski, Ben Whishaw, Adèle Exarchopoulos

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Ira Sachs


Ira Sachs is an American filmmaker whose films have been screened at major international film festivals such as Cannes, Sundance, and Berlinale. He is the Founding Director of Queer|Art, a national non-profit arts organization created to support LGBTQI+ artists in film, visual arts, performance, and literature.


Photo: Jeong Park



2023 – Passages (Feature Film)
2019 – Frankie (Feature Film)
2016 – Little Men (Feature Film)
2014 – Love Is Strange (Feature Film)
2012 – Keep the Lights On (Feature Film)
2010 – Last Address (Short Film)
2007 – Married Life (Feature Film)

2005 – Forty Shades of Blue (Feature Film)
1996 – The Delta (Feature Film)
1992 – Vaudeville (Feature Film)

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