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The Art of Cruising Men (1996)

An outrageous look at the history of men on the make. Two holographic characters take us on a tour through history from the caveman to the 90's bar clone.

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Rob Bulford ...
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John Cannon ...
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Andrew Kennedy ...
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Rob McCracken ...
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Steven 'Flapsy' Morgan ...
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An outrageous look at the history of men on the make. Two holographic characters take us on a tour through history from the caveman to the 90's bar clone.

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As bad as it can get
19 November 2004 | by (Munich) – See all my reviews

The film is an attempt to mix computer animation with real acting and porn in something like a review of homosexual cruising.

A semi animated photo of The Queen Mother is trying to narrate while two very badly computer animated characters try to explain in vulgar terms and supposedly comic way the different terminology in gay cruising talk.

After each explanation follows a very bad acting attempt, which is supposed to show real life situations and interviews with the actors and ends up in an explicit hardcore porno scene.

I would definitely not recommend it.


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