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"A lot of my job as a film director is not dissimilar to that of a historian," Sachs says, "to document with great detail and some amount of understanding how people live in my time. In this film I tried to get the details right for these two men in New York in a way that I haven't seen. I set out to make a film that in some ways is about shame and about what is hidden from other people in intimate relationships, and I really wanted to do that shamelessly."

KEEP THE LIGHTS ON screening + Q&A with director Ira Sachs | November 14 @ 7:30 pm | SPACE Gallery, 538 Congress St, Portland | $7 | 207.828.5600 | space538.org

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