Derek Newman-Stile of Speculating Canada says this about the book:
Dellamonica explores the isolating power of homophobia and its ability to displace LGBTQ populations in her general narrative of displacement.Child of a Hidden Sea is powerful as a narrative because it embodies both curiosity and the desire to find a sense of home and place to belong as well as its ability to point out that displacement is still a persistant feature in our world, one that is further sharpened by economic inequalities, sexism, homophobia, and general power structures that serve to elevate certain groups of people over others.
Here, for a change of pace, is the trailer for the hands-down best of the films we saw at the festival: Behavior, from Cuba:
Dang, I posted a long comment on their review and then lost it. Ah, well.
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