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Being a gay man I am always embarrassed with a huge number of gay 'directors' who made so many bad gay movies. This one is a serious candidate for the top spot on the list of worst gay movies ever made. There is no story, although there are many of pointless dialogs such as ..'I am going to make coffee now. Would you like some coffee?'.. Two (only) actors speak English with annoying accents, occasionally switching to German for no particularly good reason. I am often willing to subject myself to a torture of watching a bad movie if there are some particularly hot scenes in it. Not here! The sex is explicit but lacks any passion, innovativeness or eroticism. If you take it as a porn movie -- it is a very bad porn, too. Half of the movie is dark; or blurry; or both. There are many long scenes of a pitch black screen; or a pitch black screen with small dots of light of two characters' burning cigarettes. There may have been intended deeper 'artistic' effect of these pitch-black-screen scenes; and the director may have wanted to engage us in some special atmosphere through sounds or dialogs... Had the dialogs been intelligent, meaningful or even comprehensible. It all got lost in a terrible quality of the sound; or in lines such as ..'i will have a cigarette first (and sex later)'.. Do not watch!
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