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It's Adam's first internet date, but when he transmitted his photo to the date, he never received the date's pic in return. So there he is, sitting in a gay bar (a totally alien world for Adam) waiting for his unknown Mr. Right to approach him. He is late, that's for sure. Adam's tension rises with every passing minute. With a little help from the snappy Waiter, Adam tries his best to relax. And finally, Mr. Right appears, or doesn't he? Written by
Written and directed by Reza Rameri, Mr. Right 22 is a commentary about gay internet dating. Philipp Denzel is Adam, who is waiting to meet someone at a Berlin bar, but doesn't know what he looks like. Some twists and surprises along the way. The waiter (Luc Feit) gives him some advice while he is waiting for the date to come along. It's very well done, but it appears that this was Rameri's only work. At only 12 minutes, its a pretty short run time, but they pack a lot in. is is one of the gay collection of short films on the "S is for Sexy" DVD. This one is all in English, so don't worry about subtitles. Good, fun short. Watch it! Brief nudity (on the menu) and some brief cussing, so send the kiddies to bed.
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