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Valentine’s Day has been and gone but the Out Takes team celebrated it early by spotlighting the latest and greatest in queer foreign language romance cinema: think Marco Berger’s steamy new flick ‘The Blonde One’ or the ground breaking festival darling ‘Rafiki’.

Our guest was Simon Chung, director of ‘I Miss You When I See You’, which screened at the Mardi Gras Film Festival. We spoke with Chung about his romantic new take on unrequited love, and his favourite Valentine’s Day flicks.


About the author: Conrad


Conrad Browne has been involved at JOY 94.9 since 2005 as a volunteer and staff member, including the role of General Manager from 2011 – 2015.


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