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WATCH: Romance blossoms in P-town for two outsiders in this sun-soaked indie drama

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Provincetown Film Festival every summer (as it just did this past weekend). And perhaps that’s why it’s inspired an achingly romantic drama from world-renowned playwright and filmmaker and Marco Calvani.In High Tide, Calvani tells an intimate yet expansive story that explores how queer folks from all walks of life intersect at this popular, historic gay getaway.Subscribe to our newsletter for your front-row seat to all things entertainment with a sprinkle of everything else queer.At the heart of the story is Brazilian immigrant Lourenço (Gen V‘s Marco Pigossi) who found himself abandoned in P-town after a sudden breakup and has been making a living picking up odd gigs here and there in the time since.He may be alone, but he’s alone in what he considers “the best place in the world.”Then, just as the busy summer season begins to come to and end, Lourenço has a chance encounter with a handsome vacationer named Maurice (Giants‘ James Bland), in town from New York.

Their spark is immediate and deep, bonding over a shared feeling of loneliness in a country that hardly feels like home.The “undocumented” Lourenço’s work visa is soon due to expire, while Maurice—a doctor—is next headed to a residency in Angola, so both know their time together is limited, their futures uncertain.

Though that only makes it easier for the two to lay themselves bare, getting vulnerable with each other, especially as they discuss desire, otherness, and the challenges faced by queer people of color.The latter is a topic Bland himself makes a point to explore in his work, so one can see why he’d be compelled by the story Calvani set out to tell with High Tide:I agree with Tank.

I wish men, especially black men, were given the freedom to explore their sexuality without the fear of being labeled or shamed.

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