08 Sep 23
Summer might be coming to an end, but we're still feeling the heat – all thanks to Passages, the fiery, frank romantic drama from acclaimed director Ira Sachs. On the latest episode of The Love of Cinema, he sits down to talk to Picturehouse's Hope Hopkinson about the film (and, crucially, its incredible costume design choices).
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In contemporary Paris, German filmmaker Tomas (Franz Rogowski) embarks on a torrid love affair with a young woman named Agathe (Adèle Exarchopoulos), blurring the lines defining his relationship with his husband, Martin (Ben Whishaw). When Martin begins an extramarital affair of his own, he successfully gains back his husband's attention while simultaneously unearthing Tomas' jealousy.
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