Filipino movie “Lingua Franca” gained the Finest Worldwide Narrative on the 15th Tel Aviv Worldwide LGBT Movie Pageant in Israel.
The Tel Aviv Worldwide LGBT Movie Pageant described the movie as “superbly written” inasmuch as “wonderful directing.”
“A superbly written script and wonderful directing, that accommodates delicate and real relationships, and an intense political swirl,” the movie pageant mentioned on its website.
“The filmmaker intertwines the cross-generation relationship between affected person and caregiver in a hypersensitive method, with none cliches. We’re very impressed with the filmmaker and her excellent efficiency,” it added.
Directed by Isabel Sandoval, the movie follows the story of an undocumented Filipino transwoman who works as a caregiver to a Russian aged in New York. She grew to become romantically concerned with the Russian senior citizen’s grandson as she pursues a wedding to acquire a inexperienced card.
The Tel Aviv Worldwide Movie Pageant focuses on the LGBT themed movies from around the globe.
The pageant was held in Tel Aviv, Israel ran from Nov. 12 to 21.
“Lingua Franca” additionally gained the Jury Award for Finest Narrative Characteristic on this 12 months’s Bentonville Movie Pageant at Bentonville, Arkansas, United States final Aug. 16.
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