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Two gay men hook up online. The younger one (David Ryan Kinsman) goes to visit the older one (Taris Tyler). Their attempt at sex falls flat and they start to talk. During the talk there's a lot revealed about their characters, their feelings about being gay and sex in general.
This isn't a pleasant short(there's a LOT of swearing) and the characters are unlikable but the talk itself is fascinating. The Australian accents aren't easy to understand but everything comes through eventually. This basically turns into a character study with two very interesting people. They show and talk about gay relationships unlike any other movie I've ever seen. It pulls no punches and hits some interesting truths and subjects head on. My only complaint--Kinsman is unattractive and not a good actor but Tyler is VERY good-looking and one hell of an actor. He makes up for Kinsmans' deficiencies. Powerful and worth catching.
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