When Guy Simms is yanked out of his mundane routine mopping floors at the gay cabaret and accused of burning down the evangelical church by the town preacher, Guy overcomes his fear of ... See full summary »

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Matthew Burnett ...
Guy (as Matthew Charles Burnett)
Patrick Henderson ...
Alex
Cynthia Schiebel ...
Sister Susannah
David LaDuca ...
George
Shad Ramsey ...
Scotty
Eric Collins ...
Brian
Erik Collins ...
Brian
Benjamin Baronet ...
Bobby
Sam Jeske ...
Daddy Jack
Orion Gallagher ...
Leatherman Heckler 1
Jim Knight ...
Leatherman Heckler 2
Tim Brough ...
Leatherman Heckler 3
Paul Bright ...
Leatherman Heckler 4
Julie Smith ...
Glynis
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Lynette
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When Guy Simms is yanked out of his mundane routine mopping floors at the gay cabaret and accused of burning down the evangelical church by the town preacher, Guy overcomes his fear of authority to prove his innocence in this sardonic film about Leathermen, the Bible and fighting for freedom. Written by Paul Bright

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gay | gay romance | satire | religion | See All (4) »

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Comedy | Romance

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18 October 2007 (USA)  »

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Leather, Drag, and Fundamentalism
12 October 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Some really awful sound prevents me from giving Theft a higher rating. It's a gay story coming out of the place that's inflicted George W. Bush, Rick Perry, and Ted Cruz among others on the American public. But we are everywhere even in rural Texas.

Where the bar back Matthew Bennett has inherited a gay leather bar in a small Texas town where leather guys come from miles around to socialize and enjoy the drag entertainment. But the local fundamentalist church is up in arms over this place of sin and depredation.

Actually the local pastor Cynthia Schiebel has her own agenda involved in trying to get rid of the bar. She's trying to move into the big time of evangelism and envisions a church out in the sticks like John Hagee has in San Antonio. Schiebel will stop at nothing to attain her goal.

But of course it all works out in the end and Bennett even gets a nice fling with a passing stranger played by Patrick Henderson who changes his and other's lives.

Theft has a nice plot premise, but the production is amateurish in spots and the sound is really bad.


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