- Actors: Nicolás Armengol, Emiliano Dionisi, Carlos Echevarría
- Directors: Rodrigo Guerrero
- Format: PAL
- Language: Spanish
- Subtitles: English
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Number of discs: 1
- Studio: Tla Releasing
- DVD Release Date: 8 Dec. 2014
- Average Customer Review: 27 customer reviews
- ASIN: B00KYOZU2U
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 56,262 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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Fede is young, hot, horny and in a chatroom. When he meets a gay couple online, he decides to take the plunge and over to theirs to see where the night takes him. When the evening unfolds with an intensity and complexity he wasn't expecting, Fede is forced to see himself a new light. A brilliant evocation of the possibilities of one night stands, The Third One asks -can one passionate night change your life?
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gay film: atmospheric and erotic - films that explore the many
variations in homo-eroticism and sexuality and the lives of gay men
with great subtlety. Much like my other favourites from Argentina
(Hawaii, Plan B, Absent), Chile (In the Gray Scale), Urguguay (Leo's
Room), Brazil (From Beginning to End), the pace here is slow and the
story focuses on courtship and play as much as capture (or the
potential of capture). What animates, inhibits, and satisfies gay
sexuality is often the subject in these films and sometimes, as in
this, it enacts those satisfactions.
This is a beautiful and very sexy film (in its second half) about a
young college student hooking up with an older couple, and it takes the
viewer much deeper into the feelings, expectations and fears of all
three characters and is touching as well as very realistic to me. But
the filmmaker is also a bit too clever for dramatic good: the first
20-30 mins (much too long) consists of small, difficult to see screen
shots of the characters meeting and teasing online in a chat room -
it's best to skip forward after a few minutes of this to the arrival of
Fede, the younger "third one", at the home of Hernán and Franco. The
latter are two 30-something men who've been together for 8 years -
obviously they've a loving relationship, but it's gone a bit flat, esp
sexually it seems. This is all marvelously (but very slowly) revealed
in conversation at dinner before the anticipated sex, as are many
touching and dramatically useful details of Fede's life. The film is
relatively short, just over an hour, but that's still at least 20
minutes more than is essential: I found myself going back to about
35-40 minutes into the film savour over again the dinner's verbal
foreplay and the intimate sexual encounter at the heart of the film.
This dinner conversation itself is marvelously well acted, as is the
threesome that follows, the actors so full of pleasuring and delight
once they've broken their reserve that I felt much of the same delight.
The revelations, hesitations, and rapport that develop over dinner adds
a distinctive depth, and eroticism, to the sex and the film overall.
The actors' fine eye expressions, side- glances, hesitations, are all
captured by the director.
Technically, there is a period after the dinner scene where subtitles,
set against a yellow background, become difficult to read for about 5
minutes - no big deal, but as with the excess of exposition at the
beginning (and resolution at the very end) this and the film require a
little patience (and/or finger on the remote). But that said, it's a
very satisfying film on most every level.
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