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If you love gay cinema like we do, you’ll probably have seen the trailer for Sauvage come up in one of your feeds no doubt. I saw the trailer a few months ago and was immediately intrigued, so I was super happy to see Sauvage emerge as part of the Dare curated thread of films at BFI London Film Festival this year.

Leo is 22 and sells his body on the street for a bit of cash. The men come and go, and he stays right here – longing for love.

In this episode of Boys On Film, Phil and Raj discuss the unique perspective that Sauvage brings to the screen, why it’s so titillating and why getting a good drilling can be very disruptive…

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Sauvage
Daring directionPushes the envelopeLovely lead
Ending not satsifyingToo much focus on lead actor
4.6You'll want to know more...
Storytelling
Acting
Memorability/originality
Direction/editing
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