"I want a straight lover who is gay just for me" declares Jaime in front of his abusive shrink. This is also the statement that propels the plot of a disenfranchised homosexual looking for himself.

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Brian Cambell ...
Jaime
Peter Marinelli ...
Hal Stevens
Matt Edwards ...
Ray Milano
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Tina
Steve Figg ...
Benjamin
Michael Gonring ...
Monty
James Hoelzel ...
Dr. Marcus Head
Chad Meyer ...
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Mechanic
James Powell ...
Aaron Michael Stahlecker ...
Gas Station Attendant
Tina Stefano ...
Galena Chanel
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From the sleazy bookstore where he meets Monty an experimenting bisexual with a girl friend he left behind in Boston. ("I thought I'd take a walk on the wild side for a few months and then go back to her and all this will become a distant memory" proclaims the young student). Monty becomes Jaime's guiding light and conscience in his dark voyage through the maze of a broken life. After the bookstore gets busted Jaime ends up in the same cell with his archenemy Hal. The two who used to hate each other (Hal used to steal all his hot tricks in the bookstore) become the closest of friends and decide that there is an alternative to gay life. Somewhere over the rainbow there is a twilight zone of the sexual fringe. That's where they belong utters Hal. After a visit to Miss Galena an expert in making gays popular they decide to try a variety of gimmicks. From the circuit parties decked in zoot suits to dressing up in drag and trying to pick up gas station attendant(s) and all the way to the ... Written by Toby Ross

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excellent queer screwball comedy
13 February 2015 | by (London) – See all my reviews

This film is very funny, if you like wacky films. It's like a queer "Dude, Where's My Car." You simply have to abandon all common sense, and let yourself be taken in, by the zany humour it offers. Yes, the decor looks low budget here and there, but it actually suits the tongue in cheek humour very well (and is not too far from the truth as many gay bars or bath houses are not that top end posh either). This is not one of those tedious films where bitchy queens are throwing an arsenal of predictable aspersions at each other for 90 minutes. There is an array of characters that is varied. The protagonist is very likable. At times the gags had me in laughter. And the ending of the film is not disappointing in the least. To me this film is an underrated little gem.


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