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“Trick” Turns 15: Cast/Director Reflect on Gay Film Classic… and Talk Sequel

20 February 2014 12:20 PM, PST | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

J.P. Pitoc and Christian Campbell in Trick

Boy meets go-go boy and they try to find a place to hook-up…

That’s the basic premise of Trick, but if you’ve seen the beloved 1999 film, you know it’s actually a sweet and charming romantic comedy that has endured and is celebrating its fifteenth anniversary this year.

In the New York-based film, directed by Jim Fall and written by Jason Schafer, Gabriel (Christian Campbell) first sees go-go boy Mark (J.P. Pitoc) shaking it at a local gay bar, but a chance meeting on the subway later takes them on an all-night adventure that goes from a piano bar, Tori Spelling (who played Gabriel’s Bff, Katherine), a dance club and Gabriel’s memorable bathroom interaction with none other than Miss Coco Peru.

To commemorate the film, UCLA is hosting an Outfest Legacy screening this Saturday in Los Angeles along with a Q&A with Fall, »

- Jim Halterman

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