Two gay sunbathers strike up a conversation with mother and son picnickers when a space alien intrudes to partake in the Earth ritual of sunscreen application.

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Colleen O'Neill ...
Gretchen
Kelvin Walker ...
Pucci
Peter Gingerich ...
JJ
Joseph Paolini ...
Kip
Phillip de Leon ...
Suron's Body
Jonathan Ceniceroz ...
Suron's Body
Peter Perrone ...
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Two gay sunbathers strike up a conversation with mother and son picnickers when a space alien intrudes to partake in the Earth ritual of sunscreen application.

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9 June 1998 (USA)  »

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Suron: Greetings, Earth inhabitants. For many of your Earth years, my race has watched you from afar as you've engaged in this fascinating ritual where you shield your bodies from the sun's ultraviolet rays utilizing protective emollients and minerals in cream form. Sunscreen, as you know it. We are astonished that you have chosen to deplete your own planet's protective shield, which you call the ozone layer, placing a particular emphasis on the sociological communication through the sensation of ...
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Sunscreen is applied to bare buttocks as the words "the end" superimpose upon the screen. See more »

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Edited into Boys in Love 2 (1998) See more »

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sexy camp
25 February 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

If you are wondering what ever happened to plain, wholesome, sardonic and bitchy camp, SPF 2000 is a beacon of hope. This flick could almost be the anthem for the so-called "post-queer" intent on recycling the myths of the Cold War HOMOsexual. When there is not impossible angst, there is always the unbearable lightness of superficial romance to fall back on. But it is difficult not to be seduced by this cross-dressing, homosexual reinvention of early-sixties Italian beach flicks. Let's see, is there enough of a plot to relay? This was the genre where style was everything and content tedious. Drag mama and her boy go to the beach. Or was "he" really a "she"? True love is just down the beach in the persona of a studly young man. Soon the courtship begins and mama is forced to deal with the existential angst of her little one leaving the nest. The rest is history - well sort of. But is this supposed to be the netherworld where romance and soft porn meet? SPF 2000's core statement is how this "location" (to use the cliché) is so flaccid as to verge on exhausting.


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