You, me and she storyline isn't new, but told through a refreshing point of view that kept my attention frame after frame. Since this wasn't a large production there is no music, nor lighting to distract us from really good storytelling, I could feel his dilemma.
Never having seen a romantic love scene between men was an eye opener, I had no idea that such tenderness existed between males. My exposure to this had been seeing a mild version of tackle football in bed, and this movie changed this notion. It was lovers expressing love to and for each other....A delicate encounter that was relatable.
Bekim's passion, disappointment and pain of having to be silent in a world of male dominance and chauvinism , was deeply felt throughout the film. There was empathy for his plight, I wanted to rally his cause and end his torment ,but silence was all I could offer as I watched him live in his on screen confusion... The song" Torn between two Lovers" kept playing in my head as our main character is torn between his wife and his man...
Kudos to Martesa Kosovo and Great luck