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Wonderful! I Loved the soundtrack, great up and coming actors, and a refreshing new genre in the world of Gay-themed movies.
It amazes me how such a great movie can be ruined by the incompetence of the people in charge of presenting it. I saw Opencam at the Lincoln Theatre, DC. Not only did the projectionist fail to play it on widescreen (cutting out a lot of the image and the opening credits), but obviously projected it darker than it was intended, and he was sleeping when his system crashed, leaving the audience staring at a snowy screen! eye ya Yay!
I was impressed, however, by the audience in the theater.. they stayed on to finish out the movie. In the end, the 'sold-out' theater cheered and applauded validating Opencam's creativity and success. Looking forward to more of Robert Gaston's psycho gay thrillers. Thanx.
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