Passages, one of the year’s most acclaimed gay films, is coming to DVD and Blu-ray

“PROFOUNDLY REAL” – Los Angeles Times

“SMART AND PRECISE” – The Independent

“BRACINGLY HONEST” – Time Magazine

“DESERVES TO FIND THE WIDEST AUDIENCE” – The Observer

“BRISKLY-MOVING, TURBULENT, EMPHATICALLY SEXY, DELIBERATELY EXASPERATING” – RogerEbert.com

“GENEROUSLY TENDER IN ITS BRUTALITY AND UNSPARINGLY BRUTAL IN ITS TENDERNESS” – IndieWire

“ONE OF THE BEST LOVE TRIANGLE MOVIES I’VE EVER SEEN” – Baltimore Magazine

“IT’S SEXY, SAD AND SO VERY FRENCH” – Time Out

“A WISE AND UNUSUALLY WOUNDING WORK FROM A BELOVED INDIE AUTEUR” – Hollywood Reporter

A masterful work of psychosexual intensity, the newest film from celebrated filmmaker Ira Sachs (The DeltaLove is StrangeKeep the Lights On) offers one of the director’s most cutting variations on desire and intimacy.

Co-written by author and longtime collaborator Mauricio Zacharias, Passages follows Tomas (Franz Rogowski), a mercurial German filmmaker living in Paris whose commitment to his husband, Martin (Ben Whishaw), falls short when he pursues a dalliance with a young female school teacher named Agathe (Adele Exarchopoulos).

Martin begins his own affair soon after, while Tomas swings between both relationships and unleashes a reckless succession of breakups and makeups.

With fearless performances from Rogowski, Whishaw and Exarchopoulos, Sachs crafts a cinematic rarity in which the white-hot pleasures and compulsions of a particularly dysfunctional amour fou are kept on par with ferocious honesty.

Watch the trailer for Passages below and click here to pre-order your copy. The film will be available on DVD and Blu-ray starting December 12th at TLAgay.