Noah introduces his best friends Alex, Ricky and Chance to his new friend Wade, an obviously straight screenwriter. The guys note Noah's attraction to Wade and warn him against getting involved, but ...
The mystery around Wade's sexuality deepens after a provocative night out with Noah. Meanwhile Alex finds a clever solution to Trey's cyber sex addiction; Ricky continues his raucous sexcapades; and ...
Director Patrik-Ian Polk provides exciting character developments, brilliant cinematography and life lessons for all, particularly for black LGBT members. Cameo appearances of key actors of the Noah Arc series are visual delights.
Set in an alternate present day America in which slavery was never abolished, the story follows an escaped slave named Noah, who attempts to flee the country and reach the rumored freedom refuge in Canada.
Michael Anthony Coppola,
Gianna Rose Deveney
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Damian T. Raven,
T. Ashanti Mozelle
A black QAF is how it was described to me by a good friend of mine who picked up the season on DVD. Unfortunately I do not get logo on my cable system and I couldn't find the DVD in any stores in my conservative section of the Midwest. I found it available for download to my iPod and did so. I watched the entire 1st season in one sitting. Unlike some of the opinions expressed hear, I find this better than QAF and think that it portrays gays in a more positive light.. I don't think I remember many episodes of QAF when they didn't show anonymous hook-ups in dark back rooms. I really adore this show... the characters AND actors! The drag show sequence in "Don't Make Me Over" choreographed by Frank Gatson was very well performed. I LOVED IT.
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