|Directed by||Afdhere Jama|
Nolan Lewis, Michael Sinan and others
|Country||US, Germany, Brazil, India, Denmark and others|
|Language||English, German, Hindi, Danish and others|
Hearts is an upcoming multilingual feature film by American-Somali filmmaker Afdhere Jama. Hearts is a global project shot all over the world about men, poetry, and love. Project stars well known names like Nakshatra Bagwe, Nolan Lewis and Michael Sinan. Film is set to release in 2015.
Plot[edit | edit source]
Hearts is a compilation of short segments of men from various countries. The project highlights various aspects like aspirations, fantasies, dreams, love, romance, insecurity and culture in the form of poems.
Production[edit | edit source]
Jama traveled to various countries to shoot segments of Hearts. Two trailers of the film for 'Mumbaikar' (Indian segment) and 'Turkish Dancer' (Denmark segment) are released on YouTube. Jama observed the work of Indian actor Nakshatra Bagwe and offered him role on a social networking site. He also observed India's Mr. Gay 2013, Nolan Lewis during the Mr. Gay World pageant. Segment was shot in Mumbai, India. Trailer of this segment was released on the same day when country's supreme court criminalised gay sex. Denmark's Mr. Gay 2013, Michael Sinan features in the segment 'Turkish Dancer'. Sinan is a trained belly dancer. There is no official announcement on details of other segments.
Cast[edit | edit source]
- Nakshatra Bagwe
- Nolan Lewis
- Michael Sinan
References[edit | edit source]
- "Must-Watch: HEARTS". Afternoon. 2014-04-04.
- Bhatia, Saumya (2014-09-05). "India's first gay ambassador". The Asian Age. Archived from the original on 10 September 2014.
- Pawar, Yogesh (2014-03-09). "It's a strange quirk of fate that 'Hearts' trailer released on the same day as Supreme Court ruled to uphold Section 377: Nolan Lewis". DNA.
- Godbole, Tanika (2014-02-17). "Gay Indian actors set for international debut with movie Hearts". Gaylaxy.
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