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A young, newly-in-love gay couple allow a documentary filmmaker to film their burgeoning long term relationship.

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A young, newly-in-love gay couple allow a documentary filmmaker to film their burgeoning long term relationship.

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Da bomb
23 August 2004 | by See all my reviews

This movie is da bomb, yo. I got the Boys Life 4 compilation for my birthday and this was, by far, the best short on the DVD. Even if the other three hadn't sucked major ass, L.T.R. would have still impressed me with its above-average acting, writing, editing, and direction. Unlike most other low-budget, gay-themed shorts, L.T.R. actually has a theme, plot, and subtext. A lovely film, really. A gem. A diamond in the rough. Required viewing for anyone wishing to see gay cinema that doesn't patronize or underestimate its audience by using shirtless boys to cover up a lack of conviction.


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