Emily and her friend Angelica go to a rave in the woods, and when they arrive, they meet a stranger called Swan that promises some Exstasy for the girls. They follow him to a cabin into the... See full summary »
Kelly K.C. Quann
Two brothers on different life paths, a gay waiter with a crush on an eligible bachelor and a drug addict in a twisted dependent relationships with his girlfriend, reunite to mourn the death of their mother.
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In 1994 Pedro Zamora was the first HIV-positive homosexual to appear in a reality show on MTV. The audience of 'The Real World: San Francisco' identified easily with this intelligent, ... See full summary »
A collection of shorts that explores the relationships between gay men and straight men. The collection includes Espacio Dos (Spain) In the Name of the Father (Brazil), My Straight ... See full summary »
On The Bus' original intention was to be a fun-loving, rambunctious, half-hour Internet program about a group of young, gay men on a bus trip from Los Angeles to Burning Man, a festival of ... See full summary »
Dustin Lance Black
Dustin Lance Black,
My girlfriend and I borrowed "The Singing Forest" from the library because the DVD cover is two guys in Nazi uniforms making out, but the movie takes place entirely in modern times, they weren't Nazis anyway, and that scene never happened. In many scenes you can't hear the dialogue over traffic outside or the waves at the beach. Also, the next-door neighbor seems to have a dog. Judging by the dialogue we could hear, I don't think we were really missing anything groundbreaking anyhow. I don't recommend that anyone watch this movie for any reason. "The Singing Forest" has zero entertainment value in that it wasn't hilariously bad, it was just bad.
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