Sublime (2022)

  • Year: 2022
  • Released: 17 Nov 2022
  • Country: Argentina
  • Adwords: 8 wins & 37 nominations
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  • Available in: 720p, 1080p,
  • Language: Spanish
  • MPA Rating: N/A
  • Genre: Drama
  • Runtime: 100 min
  • Writer: Mariano Biasin
  • Director: Mariano Biasin
  • Cast: Martín Miller, Teo Inama Chiabrando, Azul Mazzeo
  • Keywords: male friendship, friendship, coming of age, teenage crush, teenage boy, teenage love,
33% – Critics
38% – Audience

Sublime Storyline

Manuel (16) lives in a small coastal town. He plays bass in a band with his best friends. One of them is Felipe, with whom he shares a strong friendship from a very young age. Manuel is dating Azul, a relationship that they are intensely exploring. But when it comes time to have their first time together, Manuel feels something completely new that makes him see things with different eyes.

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Sublime Movie Reviews

Beautiful Coming of Age Film with Great Music!

Sublime is one of my favourite independent films of 2022. All the elements of great movie making, magically come together in this very realistic coming of age film from Argentina.

The first thing I appreciated about this film (compared to similar North American films), is that the actors look like the age they are playing. All the young actors that make up the majority of the cast, were extremely believable and relatable. The lead actor Martin Miller who plays “Manu”, was completely in the moment from beginning to end. He is a likeable character, that held the story together.

The script was perfect and the use of dreams to communicate the subconscious, was very well down.

I liked everything about this movie, but my absolute favourite part was the music. Most of the main characters were playing live music throughout the entire film. Whoever did the Audio for this film, did a masterful job.

The final thing I will say, is that this is a movie that anyone can watch. The lead character maybe gay, but it is not what I would call a typical “Gay” movie. I would say it is actually a film about discovering real love for another person, who you have been close to for a long time.

I hope this film gets released on Blu-ray disc and not only DVD. Such a high quality film deserves to get a Blu-ray disc release!!!

Not a teen-cream movie

This is a fairly subtle gay coming-of-age tale that should more accurately have been titled “Sublimated.” It skillfully integrates Manu and Felipe’s progress in developing a rock band with the warming of their personal relationship.

Periodic vignettes of Manu and Felipe remind of what is operating behind the straight façade, but there is no outright sexual activity. The furnished van in the woods that is set up for illicit encounters could have served that purpose. It is actually a vehicle to give the plot a secondary line.

Child actors seldom move on to adult success because their charm at 16 does not carry over to a serious acting career. They are not professionally trained although these youngsters deserve the benefit of the doubt.


Apart from the Hollywood world, which warms and warms up stereotype LGBTQ characters like Call Me By Your Name and brings them before us, more grounded scenarios from non-English speaking countries (especially Spanish speaking) are not at the box office, but are met by the audience at festivals and in the subsequent sales process.

A escondidas, Hoje Eu Quero Voltar Sozinho, Ete 85 and Close and Berdreymi, which are currently shown in cinemas and fertile, are some good examples of this.

Born in 1980, director Mariano Biasin (except for his previous short films and assistant directorships) is his directorial debut, Sublime, and is a very good Coming-Of-Age story.

Still circulating at festivals, Sublime is one of the productions you should add to your Watchlist this year.