God’s Own Country wins the Pink film festival

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The award-winning drama God’s Own Country has won the audience price on the Pink film festival. The film from director Francis Lee was awarded as the best mannentitel at the festival.

The Spanish drama Anchor and Hope was voted the best vrouwenfilm, made the organization Monday known. The Romanian actor Alec Secareanu, which is one of the two key roles to play in God’s Own Country, was one of the hoofdgasten on the Pink film festival.

The film tells about a rebellious teenager (Josh O’connor) who are standing try to keep on the sheep farm of his disabled father. There seems, however, something in his life to change as the Romanian immigrant Gheorghe (Secareanu) reports to Johnny during the lammermaanden to help.

The film was previously awarded at the Berlin film Festival and the British Independent Awards. The Pink film days were the last ten days in cinema het Ketelhuis in Amsterdam. The event, which began as filmfeestje for LGBT, is now a full-fledged festival that more than ten thousand visitors. God’s Own Country is from the 29th of march in the Dutch cinemas.

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