Campfire
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Helmed by venerated filmmaker Bavo Defurne, this quartet of vignettes looks at gay love and loss. In the title film, a camping trip stokes the embers of homosexual desire between two friends, while "Saint" is a retelling of St. Sebastian's martyrdom. In "Particularly Now, In Spring," a high school student aspires to be an actor, and "Sailor" follows the turmoil of a man's romance with a seafarer who's coming home once and for all.

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"The primary sentiment, as seems to be the case in many Israeli films lately, is the plight of women in a fairly harsh patriarchal and by extension militarized culture in Israel."
‑ Prairie Miller, Long Island Press
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