This is a fast-paced comedy about a 40-year-old gay man who finds himself dating two equally lovable men - a secure 50-year-old who came out later in life, and an adventurous 30-year-old ... See full summary »
A collection of six gay-themed short films about relationships and the pain of love, including: REQUITED (directed by Sal Bardo), BOYS LIKE YOU (directed by Daniel Armando), WE ONCE WERE ... See full summary »
Troy, a recent high school graduate, is in love with his best friend Merrick, but Merrick isn't willing to be in a relationship with him. Troy is forced to deal with Merrick's selfishness, his own aching heart, and his unfulfilling life.
David Paul Scott
Overhearing his boyfriends talk of "a new toy for Christmas," young, cute, but aimless Ricky copes with online hookups and drugs. Depressed, Ricky considers suicide, until he meets another boy who makes him wonder should he stick around?
An American is found naked and amnesiac in a vacant parking lot in Montreal in 1998. He says his name is James Brighton, but the only thing he's sure of is that he's gay. What happened to ... See full summary »
Brady (Sean Hoagland), who will shortly be going away to college, is a shy, introspective 18 year old, who moves to the coastal seaside town of Rock Haven with his overprotective, widowed ... See full summary »
Laura Jane Coles
Conrad is a gay man living in NYC. He's also CEO of an ad agency and by nature a control freak. Although Conrad is still in love with Martin (his ex), he hires a young Aussie hustler named ... See full summary »
Buffering, a British comedy with a gay twist as a pair of gay males both become unemployed and are facing mounting bills. As they're both a pair of attractive lads Alex Anthony and Conner McKenzy decide that a lot of people would pay to see these two going at it carnally. It gives a new twist to the term 'gay for pay'.
They've even got a friend Jessica Matthews who is going through her own sexual self awakening, thinking she's possibly transgender. But she also has some marketing ideas and even suggests that they make it a three way. In fact both Anthony and McKenzy have been checking out their hunky next door neighbor Oliver Park and as he says he might not be gay, but he certainly is 'progressive'.
Buffering even for its admittedly low budget since about 3/4 of the action takes place in one apartment has some amusing moments. The players in the ensemble cast are bright and attractive. I'd recommend this to a gay and 'progressive' audience.
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