L'Aspect rose de la chose was shot in Grenoble in 1980.
It is one of the few openly political films on homosexuality
in France. By offering a collective description of members
of the G.L.H. (Homosexual Liberation Group) the films raises
issues such as being in a relationship, ghettoes, queenlihood,
sisterhood, militancy, working-class gays and lesbians,
or growing old. It also shows what Grenoble was like back
then, and how it tried to approach tolerance, borderlines
and the struggle for identity.
" A remarkable film on homosexuality and its radical
questioning of social order " Louis Marcorelles Le