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Lucky Bugger (2002)

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A moment in a boy's life when he becomes aware of his own sexuality. In the dunes along a deserted beach he spies two men kissing. Although no words are spoken he agrees to keep their ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Pauline Ashworth ...
The Mother
Daryl Byford ...
The Boy
Neil Copplestone ...
First Young Man
Brian Kirby ...
The Father
Vincent Price ...
Second Young Man (as Vinnie Price)
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A moment in a boy's life when he becomes aware of his own sexuality. In the dunes along a deserted beach he spies two men kissing. Although no words are spoken he agrees to keep their secret and wanders back to his parents. Written by Havan Ironoak <Havan_Ironoak@bigfoot.com>

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Just great
21 May 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Exceptional. I saw it as part of a series of Mens Shorts at the Boston Gay & Lesbian Film festival.

It opens with a young boy (about 14 or 15) wandering away from his family on the beach. It's shot in beautiful black & white. No dialogue either. Just the sound of the wind blowing. He finds a motorcycle alone. Then, over a dune, he sees two hunky guys lying on the sand kissing. He stops and they see him. One mentions him to be silent. He nods and leaves--with a smile. Then there's a GREAT final shot.

Beautifully done. Only 3 minutes. I have no idea where it will ever show up again but it's well worth seeing if you get the chance.


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