Being at home with Claude
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This French Canadian psychological drama begins as homosexual hustler Yves is having sex with his lover Claude. During the climactic moment, he grabs a knife and cuts the throat of his partner and then flees to the streets of Montreal where he pauses only long enough to make a phone call. The killer is captured and is next seen in a judge's chamber undergoing interrogation. He freely admits the crime but refuses to explain why he did it. Nor does he explain why he is in the judge's chamber or why he called the press. Eventually he does explain himself during a long impassioned,… More
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 60%

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"... the pair of social opposites bond in deeper ways than either imagined, with the sexual side growing as feverishly as their emotional glue."
‑ S. James Wegg, JWR
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