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Roman

Román

In downtown Buenos Aires, two people head into uncharted territory when an estate agent’s life takes an unexpected turn.

Tickets for the Sunday 31 March performance will go on sale to BFI Champions Wed 13 Mar 11:30, to BFI Members Wed 13 Mar 12:30 and to the public from Thu 14 Mar 11:30.

The introduction and Q&A will be BSL interpreted at the Sunday 31 March screening.

More Festival tickets will be released from Thursday 14 March 2019 so keep checking the website or try your luck in the returns queue 45 mins before the screening.

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Dir-Scr Majo Staffolani
Prod Majo Staffolani, Alan Ramirez, Joaquín Villafañe
With Carlo Argento, Gastón Cocchiarale, Gabriela Izcovich
Argentina
2018
61min
Sales Vivo Siendo Cine

50-year-old Román is comfortably married with a wife and daughter. He works for an estate agent and seems resigned to the course of his unremarkable life when a young male colleague of his daughter’s appears on the scene. Although their passion takes them both by surprise, they seem well placed to make a go of it. But Román soon discovers that a young gay man in Buenos Aires may require more than one distraction. Majo Staffolani’s mini-feature is a joy, offering an authentic portrait of desire without restraint and exuding a delicious naturalness in its storytelling.

+ Self-Destructive Boys

Dir André Santos, Marco Leão
Portugal
2018
27min

When three straight men go on a soft-porn photo shoot at a beauty spot, things don’t turn out as expected.

Brian Robinson

Access tickets

A limited number of Access tickets have been ring-fenced for guests with specific seating requirements including aisle seats for guests with restricted mobility and seating for BSL interpreted events in order to provide the best sight lines.

The Access tickets service is available to anyone who:

  • Has specific seating needs.
  • Would like to book specific accessibility services e.g. audio description headsets.
  • Is a wheelchair user.
  • Requires a complimentary personal assistant ticket to attend a performance.
  • Requires specific accessibility information about the venue.
  • Requires extra assistance when at a venue.

How to book

Email box.office@bfi.org.uk
Call the Box Office +44 (0)20 7928 3232
Quote ‘ACCESS’ (lines are open 11:30am to 8:30pm daily)

Access tickets are available on a first come, first served basis and are subject to BFI priority membership booking periods.






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