Arts & Culture
Socrates (15): The elegant coming of age debut from Brazilian directorAlexandre Moratto
02 October 2020
Socrates, a handsome 15-year-old boy, is not just another underage kid living on the margins of society while working the construction sites of São palo, he has a purpose.
Because of the sudden death of his mother Socrates has had to fend for himself, trying desperately to earn the rent to keep his run-down apartment and remain out of the clutches of social services and his estranged father.
This is a beautiful-looking and personal LGBT+ film. Even though it was made on an impossibly tight budget its beating heart never fails.
Rent to watch it here
2019 Brazil/US Dir Alexandre Moratto 71 minutes.
Portuguese with English subtitles
This rental is only available within the UK and is available to watch until 2nd October 2020.
£10 – Standard
£8 – Member
£7.50 – Corporate Members
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Dates & times
02 October 2020
Barbican: On Demad