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Don't Tell Anyone (1998)

No se lo digas a nadie (original title)
Unrated | | Comedy, Drama | 16 July 1998 (Peru)
Based on the alleged autobiography of gay peruvian talk show host Jaime Bailey. Joaquin, a young man from the high class of Lima, deals with problems concerning his sexual identity as a ... See full summary »

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Santiago Magill ...
Joaquín Camino
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Gonzalo
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Alejandra
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Alfonso
Vanessa Robbiano ...
Prostitute
Carlos Fuentes ...
Gerardo
Gianfranco Brero ...
University Professor
Carlos Tuccio ...
Sacerdote Confesor
Anibal Zamora ...
Transvestite
Emilram Cossío ...
Dioni
Jorge Lopez Cano ...
Proprietor of the Bordello
Alonso Alegría ...
Sacerdote
Gerardo Ruiz ...
Jorge
Johnny Mendoza ...
Comprador de Droga
Javier Echevarría ...
Rector de Universidad
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Based on the alleged autobiography of gay peruvian talk show host Jaime Bailey. Joaquin, a young man from the high class of Lima, deals with problems concerning his sexual identity as a child, then as a teenager pressured by his macho snobbish father, then as an independent lazy pot-smoking college student, and later as a cocaine addict in Lima and Miami. Written by Parca Mortem <icy_shadow@rocketmail.com>

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Luis Felipe Camino: You are drunk!
Joaquín Camino: I'm drunk AND high, that doesn't make me any less gay.
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El amor después del amor
Fito Páez
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Being true to yourself
26 April 2004 | by (California) – See all my reviews

I rented this DVD based on the strength of Santiago Magill's performance in the film: "I love you, Baby", (not to mention he's a total cutie). I was impressed with the naturalness and vitality of his acting, even though I was not too thrilled with the movie (I love you, Baby) itself. "Don't tell Anyone" is basically a coming out story that unfolds in present day Lima, Peru. Joaquin (the protagonist) is a young gay man of Spanish, not Indian, descent who is struggling to come to terms with his sexuality in the face of the overbearingly machismo culture of his native land, and also the barely concealed racism of those of Spanish descent against the native Indian populace, which racism Joaquin does not share. While the ending is somewhat ambiguous, it seemed to me, even though there weren't any seashells and balloons, that Joaquin had come to some acceptance of himself and his sexuality. Also, there is one scene early on with Joaquin and a young Indian man that shows Joaquin's indifference to matters of race and caste. This is significant in that a gay man is demonstrating far more humanity and decency than any of his so-called Christian family and friends, particularly his father. But all such issues aside, if you have an interest in well-acted and written gay-themed movies, then by all means watch this one. 8\10 stars.


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