Peruvian twist - Page 2

Undertow takes a modern, moving look at bisexuality
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Santiago (Manolo Cardona) and Miguel (Cristian Mercado) grapple with Undertow's bizarre love triangle.
PHOTO BY HECTOR ALVAREZ

It challenges strictly gay and straight-identified audiences alike, finessing that so smoothly few who pony up will ultimately realize they've been finessed. It's lovely, lyrical, near-universally romantic, and ends on a quiet grace note that is bittersweet perfection.

UNDERTOW opens Fri/17 in Bay Area theaters.

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