Director Mariano Biasin is expected to attend.
Irresistible garage rock enhances this dreamy queer coming-of-age tale as teenage bass player Manu (Martín Miller), swept up in a cascade of emotions and hormones, falls in love with his BFF and bandmate Felipe (Teo Inama Chiabrando). While Manu experiments sexually with his girlfriend Azul (Azul Mazzeo), thoughts of Felipe consume his fantasies. The boys are together every day: at school, band practice, songwriting sessions, and football on the beach. As the band prepares to perform publicly, Manu comes to terms with his sexuality and embraces his love of music. Softly lit cinematography, Emilio Cervini’s evocative soundtrack, and sweet, loving performances enrich this slow-burn teen romance. With his first feature, Argentinian director Mariano Biasin delivers a beautiful story of acceptance.
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In addition to writing, directing, and producing his own films, Buenos Aires native Mariano Biasin works as a script supervisor and assistant director. He has made one documentary, Nemesis Days (2014), and a number of short films, including El inicio del Fabrizio (2015), winner of the Generation Kplus Best Short Film Crystal Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival. Sublime (2022) is his first narrative feature.
Director Mariano Biasin
Executive Producer Juan Pablo Miller
Producer Laura Donari, Juan Pablo Miller
Writer Mariano Biasin
Editor María Astrauskas
Cinematographer Iván Gierasinchuk
Music Emilio Cervini
Cast Martín Miller, Teo Inama Chiabrando, Azul Mazzeo
Closed Captions Closed captions are not available for this screening.
Audio Description Audio description is not available for this screening.
American Sign Language (ASL) Interpretation American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation is not currently scheduled for this event. For more information about ASL interpretation at our events, e-mail ADA@SFFilm.org.