Please Release Me: Belgian screens save, along with Knack, the Brazilian filmparel ‘Don’t Call Me Son’ of oblivion

KaskCinema in Gent, Buda Kortrijk, Roxy Koersel, Cinema Zuid in Antwerp and Cinema Zed in Leuven, treat each month on a topfilm in this country, no release has been given. Is this month of the oblivion saved: Don’t Call Me Son of Anna Muylaert.

Naomi Nero in ‘Don’t Call Me Son’. © GF

What if the life that one yet lived one big lie? In Don’t Call Me Son learns Pierre (Naomi Nero) that he, as a baby, was stolen. He is out of his warm cocoon of the peloton, gets a new name (Felipe) and a new family, including their traditional beliefs.

The Brazilian director Anna Muylaert, 2015 all generations, sexes and classes left all in her arthousehit The Second Mother, explained not one but two featuring way for Dani Nefussi, that both the modest single mother and the troubled, well-to-do organic mama drop it. The latter swarmed in her hors d’oeuvres when they discovered that his son ever as a woman dresses, what head-on collides with the vision that they have for him is cherished, and where polo’s and pogo’s not part of it.

And so must the introductory question to be reviewed: what if the life that one until now has lived a lie, but a lie which they want to continue to choose?

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