The Blonde One (2019)

The Blonde One.

Marco Berger crafts a subtle film about a love affair that's shown in intensity through body language (it wouldn't be a Marco Berger film if it didn't), static camera shots that linger on characters faces so that we can see their hidden emotions like desire and love. the film plays like a queer film you've seen before but this time Berger taps into those hidden longing emotions and tells a tale about giving in to your desires, expecting yourself and taking your time with becoming who you are. The Blonde One is modest, simple and visually it looks like a Marco Berger film but this time Berger delivers a complex film that's full of emotion, some nudity, some sex and like most of his queer films it doesn't end in some tragedy but you're always satisfied with the growth of the characters.