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Fit (2010)

Director: Rikki Beadle Blair
Scenario: Rikki Beadle Blair
Genre: Drama
Country: UK
Year: 2010
Duration: 108 min
Subtitles:  English,Bulgarian, Greek, Serbian

Actors: Duncan MacInnes, Ludvig Bonin, Sasha Frost, Lydia Toumazou, Stephen Hoo, Jay Brown, Rikki Beadle Blair, Alexis Gregory, Andy Williamson, Donovan Christian-Cary, Jack Shalloo, Ambur Khan, Jason Maza, Katie Borland, Alex Papadakis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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fit16Nakon što sam odgledao ovaj film razmislio sam koliko nam ponekad predubjeđenja iskrive sliku onoga što vidimo! Zar vam se nije desilo da za nekoga pomislite da je 100% peder jer se drži svih pederskih stereotipa, a ono na kraju ispadne da je dečko totalno  str8. Dešava se i obrnuto, dosta pedera, posebno onih mlađih zaslijepljeni privlačnošću nekog muškarca počnu da vide stvari koje se definitivno ne dešavaju! Uslijed želje da budu dio nečijeg srca jednostavno ne vide da ta “prava ljubav” njih voli kao i ostale svoje str8 prijatelje.

Bio sam u prilici da prisutvujem razgovorima tipa:” Mislim da bi on želio da ima nešto samnom, način na koji me je gledao mi to govori” Slični zaključci često mogu biti pogrešni uslijed želje za nečim više od prijateljstva!
Jedan od pederskih stereotipa i jeste taj da svaki gay misli da su svi zgodni muškarci  barem bisex, ako već nisu homići. Zvuči vam poznato zar ne!

fit222Kada smo već kod razumijevanja i želje da nas drugi prihvate ovakve kakvi jesmo, jeste li se ikada zapitali koliko ste vi, draga moja pederska gospodo, spremni da prihvatite ljude drugačije od vas? Naježim se kada čujem komentare kako su lezbejke definitivno loše i pakosne osobe, kako su cigani glibavi i smrdljivi neradnici, šiptari su za izbjegavanje, crncima nije mjesto u mojoj državi….

Kad god pomislite tako nešto pomislite da i drugi mogu slično razmišljati sa dodatkom: “pedere treba sve pobiti”

Tolerancija ima dvije strane i uvjek postoji neka manjina i neka većina! Bar se potrudite da otvorite um i prihvatite okolinu onakvu kakva jeste.

Ovaj film nam govori i o jednom tinejdžerskom problemu, shvatanje i prihvatanje sopstvene seksualnosti. Ne znam zašto , ali dosta momaka je našlo za shodno da mi pošalje mail sa problemima u vezi toga. Pitanja tipa, kako mogu biti siguran da sam gay i šta da radim da to ne budem?!

Nemojte se ovome smijati vi ovejani matori pederi, i nemojte zloupotrebljavati mlade ljude koji tek treba da sazrenu i postanu samopouzdane ličnosti!
Svi smo prošli tu fazu, a za mnoge je jedini izlaz odlazak kod psihijatra jer neznanje i tradicionalni stereotipi tipa da je to bolest i slično ne zaobilaze ni ljude koji su seksualno orjentisani prema istom spolu!

O svemu ovome govori nam ovaj sjajan film! Jedan “odvratno feminizirani peder koji je još i crnac” dolazi u školu kao učitelj plesa i glume. I kao u svakoj školi učenici to različito prihvataju isto kao što se različito prihvataju i između sebe!

Film je za svaku preporuku, posebno ministarsvu prosvjete i bilo bi dobro da se prikazuje u svim srednjim školama. Ako ništa drugo ono barem na nacionalnim balkanskim televizijama!
Ovo posebno važi za Srbiju koja je uslijed duge nemštine i izolacije stvorila kritičnu masu stanovništva koje sve one koji se ne uklapaju u sliku “normalnog čovjeka” smatra bolesnicima. Mada budimo iskreni, skoro sve balkanse države imaju isti problem.

fit01Ovaj film nam govori  o jednom tinejdžerskom problemu, shvatanje i prihvatanje sopstvene seksualnosti. Ne znam zašto , ali dosta momaka je našlo za shodno da mi pošalje mail sa problemima u vezi toga. Pitanja tipa, kako mogu biti siguran da sam gay i šta da radim da to ne budem?!

Nemojte se ovome smijati vi ovejani matori pederi, i nemojte zloupotrebljavati mlade ljude koji tek treba da sazrenu i postanu samopouzdane ličnosti!
Svi smo prošli tu fazu, a za mnoge je jedini izlaz odlazak kod psihijatra jer neznanje i tradicionalni stereotipi tipa da je to bolest i slično ne zaobilaze ni ljude koji su seksualno orjentisani prema istom spolu!

O svemu ovome govori nam ovaj sjajan film! Jedan “odvratno feminizirani peder koji je još i crnac” dolazi u školu kao učitelj plesa i glume. I kao u svakoj školi učenici to različito prihvataju isto kao što se različito prihvataju i između sebe!

fit05Film je za svaku preporuku, posebno ministarsvu prosvjete i bilo bi dobro da se prikazuje u svim srednjim školama. Ako ništa drugo ono barem na nacionalnim balkanskim televizijama!
Ovo posebno važi za Srbiju koja je uslijed duge nemštine i izolacije stvorila kritičnu masu stanovništva koje sve one koji se ne uklapaju u sliku “normalnog čovjeka” smatra bolesnicima. Mada budimo iskreni, skoro sve balkanske države imaju isti problem.

GayCelluloid.com [David Hall]

fit03Every once in a while, along comes a film that in saying it like it is, gives encouragement and inspiration to others to proudly be their homosexual self. Well thankfully, this is one such occasion.

Then again, this heartfelt message of sexual acceptance should be of no surprise given this groundbreaking feature was made with the support of Stonewall. It tells, in effect, the story of six teenagers, each of whom has fallen foul of the school system thanks to their misbehaviour and who are forced to seek educational redemption by participating in a dance and drama class with a difference. That difference being Loris; the new teaching jock on the block who is as open with his homosexuality, as he is on hand to support his pupils, a mixed group of troubled teens who have far more in common with each other, than what they may care to realise.

fit10And no need to guess that the common factor here is one of sexuality; albeit sexuality with a twist in its tale. Take Lee for example. Your stereotypical butch dyke. Only she’s straight and the best friend of Karmel, namely a girl into make-up, clothes and all that’s pretty, including girls. Hey, who says lesbians aren’t supposed to be girly. And then there’s Isaac, who along with his best friend Ryan is homophobic to the core, having made the life of school geek Tegs a bloody misery. Only who’s actually gay or straight here? Tegs’ best friend Jordan has an idea, but then this budding footballer has other things on his mind, as he sets his sights on a career in the so-called beautiful game.

fit12In short, this is a film in which writer, director and don’t you just love him Rikki, think Metrosexuality, Beadle-Blair as Loris has set out to showcase the sparkling sexual diversity “that humanity has to offer.” It is a work that brilliantly plays on its performing arts scenario to allow for accusations of being gay to flourish, that of a series of cutting comments, that make for direct replies in return. And here cue such questions as am I gay?, what if my friend is gay?, together with such major issues as religion and homosexuality, sport and homophobia, let alone the differing parental attitudes to gay blood in the family.

fit06That the talented young cast play their roles with added poignancy, should arrive as no surprise, given of a number of them had already performed in front of 20,000 plus people during the three winters that the original stage play / workshop toured the UK; at theatres, youth clubs and critically at schools. Yet that does not diminish their remarkably realistic turns here, even if Jay Brown of Hong Khaou’s Summer credit had the unenviable task of portraying the homophobic bully of the piece; albeit one that is shown the error of his ways, courtesy of seven episodic chapters that detail the life stories and thereby the very sexuality of the principal characters.

fit13Notably reworked for its cinematic outing, along the way taking in many of the players previously seen in Beadle-Blair’s spirited Kick Off, this enlightening work equally contains a series of direct-to-camera monologues, that by way of a support group, emotionally cut straight to the hearts and minds of the gay and lesbian teens of today. The result is a vibrant mix of sexual home truths and street dance that is as entertaining, as it is informative. That an exhilarating feature such as this, aimed at addressing homophobic bullying in British schools should be required viewing as part of the National Curriculum, kind of goes without saying. Simply wicked.

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