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As much as viewers are drawn to this film for its LGBT theme, one also gets curious because of the title. For a moment, I thought it was of the suspense genre but nevertheless, the portrayals are impressive. There are some scenes that were treated uniquely, like that confrontation scene between Paulo and girlfriend with the girlfriend reading a text message from Ilir and then telling Paulo to leave the apartment, albeit in a gentle almost hushed voice. Peculiar and interesting, as only director-writer David Lambert can do. With the emergence of gay films in recent years, this flick is yet another testament of individuality and uniqueness of human relationships beyond what is previously considered conventional ones.