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Arcade: A love triangle…and above all a sexual triangle

Arcade: A love triangle…and above all a sexual triangle

Since Desire Isn’t Binary, Ira Sachs Presents An LGBTQ+ Story Starring Franz Rogowski, Ben Whishaw, and Adèle Exarchopoulos…which, in the US, is prohibited for children under 17!

There is something very attractive about it Crossings, despite the fact that it’s almost impossible to love the character of Thomas (Franz Rogowski). German, lives in Paris, married to Martin (Ben Whishaw), who is a director. It is in this context that we meet him: on the set of his movie, where he appears domineering with his actors.

At the end of the photoshoot, he meets Agathe (Adèle Exarchopoulos revealed in Adele’s life) and ends up in his bed. Then, the next morning, he asks, no, demands to talk about it in detail to Martin… who refuses. And so Thomas passes from one to the other, the desire he has, whether for Agathe or for Martin, that does not allow him to choose.

Martin finds a new friend to try to ease the pain. He also breaks up, wants to sell his country house, but Thomas always manages to reconnect. When Agathe becomes pregnant, Thomas sees it as the perfect way to get Martin back for good: they will start a family and raise the three children.

Why are you thinking about wedding story watching Crossings? Either way, the characters’ sensitivity is on edge. Either way, the relationship between the spouses is not good. But the two feature films are very different. While Noah Baumbach is optimistic, Ira Sachs is pessimistic. His love triangle will not work, Thomas is so selfish that such a situation would be satisfactory to the other two. Agathe was also relegated to a role – often assigned to women – in The Matrix. She is the embodiment of motherhood—she is, moreover, a teacher—of this ideal of femininity. “I would have disappeared among you,” she said of her refusal to accept this trio. In reality.

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Rating: 3.5 out of 5