Which reminds me, it’s time for Paul Boakye. Paul is a playwright and the editor of Drum magazine and is apparently a seriously natty dresser. Alas, Paul’s mum died last year, and last year, he also got to visit his father’s grave in Jamaica for the first time. These things left him feeling, understandably, alone.1)Thoughts on bereavement, loneliness, childhood, home, and the death of a parent. Darker Than Blue is written and narrated by Paul Boakye and introduced by the late John Peel for Home Truths on BBC Radio 4. Animation produced by Paul Boakye Associates.
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|1.||↑||Thoughts on bereavement, loneliness, childhood, home, and the death of a parent. Darker Than Blue is written and narrated by Paul Boakye and introduced by the late John Peel for Home Truths on BBC Radio 4. Animation produced by Paul Boakye Associates.|
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Male bonding in movies is still a relatively rare subject for the cinema to tackle. If it’s not one of the new crop of movies exploring gay relationships, cinema usually doesn’t know how to portray the love, admiration and affection between men.
Here are three very different films. They explore unique approaches to the subject of male bonding. It’s probably interesting to note that each is set in a predominantly all-male environment. Enjoy.