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Nicholas T. King
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Gregory J. Lucas,
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Erik Richter Strand
Nils Jørgen Kaalstad,
Mikkel Bratt Silset,
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Props to director and writer. Fantastic editing. The cast did a awesome job, too. Sounds great and looks great. Closetcases hate this movie because they don't understand why it's OK to be gay. Rednecks don't like that it shows a bisexual girl and a gay guy getting it on. The sex in this movie was fantastic. Lowe Taylor should get an Oscar. That babe can act her way out of Alcatraz. She's so fine. This movie made me get all rocksteady if you know what I mean. Plus it was fun. The movie starts off with just nothing and you hear this crazy sound and you think there's something wrong with the camera. I saw it in San Francisco and it was a great experience. The director came out wearing leather. He wasn't wearing chains, you homophobe. Sit down and shut up. There's a love scene in the movie that's up there with all the foreign films I've seen. Really up there is how I'd review this. I don't know what's wrong with people on here. They slam this movie and then go and give props to the old bag in the Must Love Dogs movie.
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