BPM (Beats Per Minute) [Sub: Eng]
AIDS caused many lives in a short period of time, but the activist movement 'Act up-Paris' movement to double its activity to fight this dreaded disease. Nathan was a newcomer to the group, but his world was attacked by a hard-line man named Sean, who was carrying out his last fight against the disease.
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April 30, 2018 The film gives off such a vivacious energy that it never feels of the past; it is a moment preserved exactly as it should be.Read in Source
Sydney Morning Herald
May 18, 2018 And yet BPM (meaning beats per minute) is a beautiful film, full of drama and humour, love and politics, argument and action.Read in Source
The Sunday Age
May 13, 2018 The storytelling not only has an immediacy, it matches issues to individuals so that the campaigning is never merely about the public profile.Read in Source
San Diego Reader
November 17, 2017 [Director] Campillo tries to give both personal and political equal weight (or at least equal screen time), and proves more adept at the latter: never have highly regulated meetings to propose policy and review results been so richly engaging.Read in Source
October 26, 2017 Here, as characters hit the streets for demonstrations, hit the discos to relax and hit the skids when they get sick, you're there with them, pulse pounding out more beats per minute than you might have thought possible.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
November 02, 2017 A restless, engrossing dramatic portrait of Parisian activists fighting the AIDS pandemic in the early 1990s.Read in Source
May 18, 2018 It doesn't try to be a comforting film, and it certainly isn't. It's strident, unwieldy and confronting.Read in Source
November 16, 2017 [BPM] devotes significant screen time to philosophical debate but also appeals to the senses with graphic sex and a throbbing techno score by Arnaud Rebotini.Read in Source
February 01, 2018 "BPM" is an affecting memorial about being alive and being heard - a movie that says the only things that matter in life are love, righteous struggle, and the joy of being with others. It shakes all three until their atoms get up and dance.Read in Source
November 16, 2017 "BPM" is often exhilarating and ultimately moving, but it makes few concessions to audiences without a strong preexisting interest in its subject.Read in Source
Australian Book Review
May 17, 2018 As the film moves fluidly between protests, meetings, club nights, and affairs...we are left with the impression of a time and a place in which nothing, not even death, seems inevitable.Read in Source
ABC Radio (Australia)
May 18, 2018 Joins Phantom Thread and Loveless as a monumentally good film of 2018 ... Mention must be made of Nahuel Pérez Biscayart, who reminds me of seeing the young, wild-eyed Pacino in Dog Day Afternoon ... outstanding and should not be missed.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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